Controls whether a COMMIT is performed after each statement.
If auto_commit is On, a database COMMIT is performed after each successful statement.
By default, a COMMIT or ROLLBACK is performed only when the user issues a COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement or a SQL statement that causes an automatic commit (such as the CREATE TABLE statement).
By default, ODBC operates in autocommit mode. Even if you have set the auto_commit option to Off in Interactive SQL, ODBC's setting will override Interactive SQL's. You can change ODBC's setting using the SQL_ATTR_AUTOCOMMIT connection attribute. ODBC autocommit is independent of the chained option.
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