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<?php
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 *  $Id: Transaction.php 536 2007-01-10 14:30:38Z heltem $
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/**
 * Utility class to make it easier to begin, commit, and rollback transactions.
 *
 * This can be used to handle cases where transaction support is optional.
 * The second parameter of beginOptionalTransaction() will determine with a transaction
 * is used or not. If a transaction is not used, the commit and rollback methods
 * do not have any effect. Instead it simply makes the logic easier to follow
 * by cutting down on the if statements based solely on whether a transaction
 * is needed or not.
 *
 * @author     Hans Lellelid <hide@address.com> (Propel)
 * @author     Stephen Haberman <hide@address.com> (Torque)
 * @version    $Revision: 536 $
 * @package    propel.util
 */
class Transaction {

	/**
	 * Begin a transaction.  This method will fallback gracefully to
	 * return a normal connection, if the database being accessed does
	 * not support transactions.
	 *
	 * @param      string $dbName Name of database.
	 * @return     Connection The Connection for the transaction.
	 * @throws     PropelException
	 */
	public static function begin($dbName)
	{
		$con = Propel::getConnection($dbName);
		try {
			$con->setAutoCommit(false);
		} catch (SQLException $e) {
			throw new PropelException($e);
		}
		return $con;
	}

	/**
	 * Begin a transaction.  This method will fallback gracefully to
	 * return a normal connection, if the database being accessed does
	 * not support transactions.
	 *
	 * @param      sring $dbName Name of database.
	 * @param      boolean $useTransaction If false, a transaction won't be used.
	 * @return     Connection The Connection for the transaction.
	 * @throws     PropelException
	 */
	public static function beginOptional($dbName, $useTransaction)
	{
		$con = Propel::getConnection($dbName);
		try {
			if ($useTransaction) {
				$con->setAutoCommit(false);
			}
		} catch (SQLException $e) {
			throw new PropelException($e);
		}
		return $con;
	}

	/**
	 * Commit a transaction.  This method takes care of releasing the
	 * connection after the commit.  In databases that do not support
	 * transactions, it only returns the connection.
	 *
	 * @param      Connection $con The Connection for the transaction.
	 * @return     void
	 * @throws     PropelException
	 */
	public static function commit($con)
	{
		if ($con === null) {
			throw new PropelException(
					"Connection object was null. "
					. "This could be due to a misconfiguration. "
					. "Check the logs and Propel properties "
					. "to better determine the cause.");
		}
		try {
			if ($con->getAutoCommit() === false) {
				$con->commit();
				$con->setAutoCommit(true);
			}
		} catch (SQLException $e) {
			throw new PropelException($e);
		}
	}

	/**
	 * Roll back a transaction in databases that support transactions.
	 * It also releases the connection. In databases that do not support
	 * transactions, this method will log the attempt and release the
	 * connection.
	 *
	 * @param      Connection $con The Connection for the transaction.
	 * @return     void
	 * @throws     PropelException
	 */
	public static function rollback($con)
	{
		if ($con === null) {
			throw new PropelException(
					"Connection object was null. "
					. "This could be due to a misconfiguration. "
					. "Check the logs and Propel properties "
					. "to better determine the cause.");
		}

		try {
			if ($con->getAutoCommit() === false) {
				$con->rollback();
				$con->setAutoCommit(true);
			}
		} catch (SQLException $e) {
			Propel::log(
					"An attempt was made to rollback a transaction "
					. "but the database did not allow the operation to be "
					. "rolled back: " . $e->getMessage(), Propel::LOG_ERR);
			throw new PropelException($e);
		}
	}

	/**
	 * Roll back a transaction without throwing errors if they occur.
	 *
	 * @param      Connection $con The Connection for the transaction.
	 * @return     void
	 */
	public static function safeRollback($con)
	{
		try {
			Transaction::rollback($con);
		} catch (PropelException $e) {
			Propel::log("An error occured during rollback: " . $e->getMessage(), Propel::LOG_ERR);
		}
	}


}
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