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InstantDB: commit and rollback


Hi,
I am facing quite a weird problem. Whenever a change is made to InstantdB
database, it seems like it is committed straight away. So, even if you
rollback a connection or a statement, it does not rollback. Why is this
happening? Is there something to switch off to stop this from happening? 

I know this does not happen in Oracle as I have used it before. In Oracle, a
transaction is only permanently written to the database once it has been
committed. If you close the Oracle database without committing the
transaction, the transaction is not stored. However, this does not happen
with InstantdB which is creating some problems.

A quick response will be very appreciated.

Thanks
Ash
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