Nate Moch [MSFT] WebLog

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    How do I create a transacted resource?

    A couple of weeks ago at TechReady1 in downtown Seattle, Mike Clark gave a presentation on System.Transactions and I had the opportunity to help him out with the hands on lab. During the lab some of the attendants wanted to know how to create a transacted...
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    ADO.Net, multiple SQL servers, and escalation

    Performance versus ADO.Net: I was asked to speak on the performance of System.Transactions versus ADO.Net. Here is what I found out from one of our developers, Mike Clark: “ADO.Net transactions continue to exist in Visual Studio 2005. Our performance...
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    Questions on Rollback

    I recieved a request for some info on rolling back transactions and a litle more basic information. I hope this helps...if not, let me know and I will add more:) Committing and Rolling Back Transactions: After Transactions are created, they can...
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    What is System.Transactions?

    Hello, My name is Nate Moch and I am a Software Design Engineer in Test at Microsoft and I work on the Transactions team. Specifically, I have been working on the System.Transactions namespace that is part of Visual Studio 2005. I can’t describe how...
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    What is a dependent transaction? A dependent transaction is a special clone of an ITransaction. It guarantees that the transaction will not commit, even after Commit() is called on the root transaction, until the dependent transaction votes that it is...
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