Discussion of open issues, suggestions and bugs regarding ADO.NET provider for PostgreSQL
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Post by JORGEMAL » Mon 24 Nov 2008 23:14

I am developing a web form in Visual Studio 2005 in which a user is added through the membership framework which uses mainly two tables in this case: aspnet_users and aspnet_membership. Besides this 2 tables I need to save additional information about each user like address, first name, last name, phone, fax and other so I have a third table called "users" for this purpose. As you see there are 3 tables involved in this process so I am thinking about using transactions to manage this issue safely. After reading the help files I see that a transaction is based on a connection and the only connection available in my case is the one I define to add the data to the third table because membership tables depend on the CreateUser method of the Membership class.

Is it possible to use transactions and protect the operations on the three tables?

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Post by AndreyR » Tue 25 Nov 2008 12:29

Unfortunately, there is no way to protect operations on three tables at the moment.
We plan to support TransactionScope (as in dotConnect for Oracle), but no timeframe can be provided.

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