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I am using SqlAnywhere with Code First Entity Framework 4.2. I'm having a problem with the following code:

System.Transactions.CommittableTransaction tx = new CommittableTransaction();
Transaction.Current = tx;
MyDbContext context = new MyDbContext(connStr); //Constructor builds SAConnection from connStr
ObjectContext oc = ((IObjectContextAdapter)context).ObjectContext;

The last line produces the error, "Cannot enlist in a transaction with uncommitted data." But as you can see, there have been no data changes on the connection yet. Is this a bug? Is there some other way to enlist in an ambient transaction? (btw, TransactionScope behaves the same way)

asked 28 May '13, 14:45

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Turned out to be a problem in a login_procedure. I added a commit at the end of the login_procedure, and now everything works beautifully.

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answered 30 May '13, 16:21

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