|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Architect] Supported transaction isolation levels?|
> > > > The weird thing now is that the MySQL folks claim that the InnoDBtable
> > > > type supports ACID-compliant transactions with all four isolationlevels
> > > > and even support of the MVCC model. Well, this is off-topic here,but I
> > > > do find it somewhat strange.in
> > > >
> > > Watch carefully what MySQL claims. I had a long argument with Monty
> > > which he claimed that the original MyISAM supported ACID transactionsApparently so ... *g*
> > > with the simple restriction that each transaction consisted of one
> > > statement.
> > Ann, I hope you're not serious here :-)
> I do believe she is :-) The MySQL people do have some strange ideas
> about how they comply with SQL standard definitions....
(who still thinks MySQL is getting better with every release ;-)