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Hello everyone,

I did a search on the forums in Beginning ASP and Professional ASP regarding the ability to use transactions to encapsulate multiple CRUD statements to be executed together or not at all. But it turned up no results.

So here goes:
Using a simple example, suppose I needed to do an insert into two related tables at once within a relational SQL Server database (e.g. 2012). And suppose I wanted to do it in Linq to Entities instead of a stored procedure. Can it be done? If so, is it as reliable as using a transaction block within a stored procedure? Are there any performance or quality issues with doing it that way?

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Hi there,

Since this is not directly to my book, please post questions like these in a more general ASP.NET / .NET category from this list: http://p2p.wrox.com/asp-net-4-5-709/

That said, you can use a TransactionScope as explained here:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...vs.100%29.aspx

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