SQL Server, like any industrial-strength database engine, provides built-in support that enables you to wrap one or more queries inside a transaction. Local transactions (those that deal with only one physical database) operate in one of four transaction modes:
Let’s explore each of these modes in turn.
The autocommit transaction mode is the default transaction mode. Under this mode, SQL Server ensures data sanctity across the lifetime of the query execution, regardless of whether you requested a transaction. For example, if you execute a SELECT query, the data will not change over the execution lifetime of the query. On the other hand, ...