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Master Stored Proc ( @Parameter1 tinyint, @Parameter2 varchar(50), @ID int, @Parameter A int, @Parameter B int, @Parameter N1 int, @Parameter N2 int ) AS BEGIN TRANSACTION EXECUTE Stored Proc1 Parameter1, Parameter2 EXECUTE Stored Proc2 Parameter A, Parameter B ....

EXECUTE Stored Proc N Parameter N1, Parameter N2 DECLARE @err_code INT SELECT @err_code = @@ERROR IF (@err_code However (unless I've read the initial question wrong), you'd still have the problem where you are don't know how many child rows are updated from the front end, so you'd need a way to provide a variable number of parameters to your wrapper procedure and then loop through them adding the child rows.

) but I can't help thinking that, for your approach, it doesn't get any cleaner than my previous post.

In fact, your preferred pseudo mirrors this approach. ) connection at the start of your save routine, begin the transaction, insert from the Form Views (which uses the event handlers defined to set the internal command's connection/transaction), commit or rollback and then clean up your transaction and connection.

You might also synchronize one or more tables to populate them with reference data from another database.

You can review the data and decide which changes to synchronize.

From what I understand, the entire transaction has to be contained in a single stored procedure, which is no good to me, unless...

Maybe there's a way to set up a kind of master stored procedure which contains the transaction logic and calls the relevant sub procedures.

While it is possible to achieve this using the Data Set. Input Parameters("App ID") = int App ID This may not be the best way to do it, but it works well and didn't require a lot of hand-coding.

Update method, I do not prefer this as I find the Data Set hard to set up in this manner (you have to create Data Relations and set properties on the key columns and I never remember how to do that). Insert Item(True) I save the value of the new record's identifier to a public variable (int App ID) by including the following code in the SQLData Source's Inserted event: int App ID = Convert. So far so good, but I still need to put it all into a transaction.