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Rollback with atomic block

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I wrote SP with number of delete commands in an atomic block.And there is a possibility of deleting records from parent table before child table so I wrote a handler to handle the exception.in that handler I am using the ROLLBACK to rollback all the records which were deleted if any exception occurs.

THE PROBLEM IS: It is working fine, if the deleting records size is small.but if i tried to delete thousands of records(lorge size) it is giving the following error

SQL0774N The statement cannot be executed within an ATOMIC compound SQL statement.

A COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement was encountered within the context of an ATOMIC compound SQL statement. These statements are not allowed in this context.
User Response:
Remove the COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement or change the context so that it is not an ATOMIC compound statement
Mar 26 '07 #1
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