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Undoes changes made by a transaction, and restores the database to its state prior to the start of the specified transaction.
ISC_STATUS isc_rollback_transaction( ISC_STATUS *status_vector, isc_tr_handle *trans_handle);
Pointer to the error status vector
Pointer to a transaction handle whose value has been set by a previous
isc_rollback_transaction() rolls back a specified transaction, closes record streams, frees system resources, and sets the transaction handle to zero. It is typically used to undo all database changes made by a transaction when an error occurs.
A call to this function can fail only if:
- You pass a
NULLor invalid transaction handle.
- The transaction dealt with more than one database and a communications link fails during the rollback operation. If that happens, subtransactions on the remote node will end up in limbo. You must use the database maintenance utility to manually roll back those transactions.
The following call rolls back a transaction:
isc_rollback_transaction() returns the second element of the status vector. Zero indicates success. A nonzero value indicates an error. For InterBase errors, the first element of the status vector is set to 1, and the second element is set to an InterBase error code.
To check for an InterBase error, examine the first two elements of the status vector directly. For more information about examining the status vector, see Handling Error Conditions.