- class trytond.transaction.Transaction
This class represents a Tryton transaction that contains thread-local parameters of a database connection. The Transaction instances are context manager that will commit or rollback the database transaction. In the event of an exception the transaction is rolled back, otherwise it is commited.
The id of the user.
The monotonic timestamp when the transaction started.
The language code defines in the context.
Count the number of modification made in this transaction.
- static Transaction.monotonic_time()
Return a monotonic time used to populate :attr:~Transaction.started_at.
- Transaction.start(database_name, user[, readonly[, context[, close[, autocommit]]]])
Start a new transaction and return a context manager. The non-readonly transaction will be committed when exiting the
withstatement without exception. The other cases will be rollbacked.
Stop the transaction. If commit is True, the transaction will be committed otherwise it will be rollbacked. The context manager returned by
Transaction.start()should be used instead of calling this method.
- Transaction.set_context(context, \**kwargs)
Update the transaction context and return a context manager. The context will be restored when exiting the
Clear the transaction context and return a context manager. The context will be restored when exiting the
- Transaction.set_user(user[, set_context])
Modify the user of the transaction and return a context manager.
set_contextwill put the previous user id in the context to simulate the record rules. The user will be restored when exiting the
Add a specific
transactionon the top of the transaction stack. A transaction is commited or rollbacked only when its last reference is popped from the stack.
- Transaction.new_transaction([autocommit[, readonly]])
Create a new transaction with the same database, user and context as the original transaction and adds it to the stack of transactions.
Commit the transaction and all data managers associated.
Rollback the transaction and all data managers associated.
This method returns the registered datamanager. It could be a different yet equivalent (in term of python equality) datamanager than the one passed to the method.
- Transaction.atexit(func, \*args, \*\*kwargs)
Register a function to be executed upon normal transaction termination. The function can not use the current transaction because it will be already committed or rollbacked.