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Comment:Fix minor typo in the transaction documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2020-07-09 15:12:58
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2020-07-14
00:20
Initial draft of documentation on floating point, IEEE 754 binary64, and the ieee754 and decimal extensions. (check-in: 448d185aac user: drh tags: trunk)
2020-07-09
15:12
Fix minor typo in the transaction documentation. (check-in: fd1f6c62f7 user: drh tags: trunk)
2020-06-29
11:40
Merge fixes from the 3.32 branch. (check-in: e3d95c44b7 user: drh tags: trunk)
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transaction may or may not be rolled back automatically.  The
errors that can cause an automatic rollback include:</p>

<ul>
<li> [SQLITE_FULL]: database or disk full
<li> [SQLITE_IOERR]: disk I/O error
<li> [SQLITE_BUSY]: database in use by another process
<li> [SQLITE_NOMEM]: out or memory
</ul>)^

<p>
^For all of these errors, SQLite attempts to undo just the one statement
it was working on and leave changes from prior statements within the
same transaction intact and continue with the transaction.  ^However, 
depending on the statement being evaluated and the point at which the







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transaction may or may not be rolled back automatically.  The
errors that can cause an automatic rollback include:</p>

<ul>
<li> [SQLITE_FULL]: database or disk full
<li> [SQLITE_IOERR]: disk I/O error
<li> [SQLITE_BUSY]: database in use by another process
<li> [SQLITE_NOMEM]: out of memory
</ul>)^

<p>
^For all of these errors, SQLite attempts to undo just the one statement
it was working on and leave changes from prior statements within the
same transaction intact and continue with the transaction.  ^However, 
depending on the statement being evaluated and the point at which the