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Hi all,

I have searched a lot but couldn't find an answer to this. I am using the construct

$dbh = DBI->connect($dsn, $user, $pass, { RaiseError => 1, AutoCommit +=> 0 }); #Here we open a locked access to the database my $select_handle; eval{ $dbh->do("BEGIN WORK"); $dbh->do("LOCK TABLE $table"); ###CODE $dbh->do("COMMIT WORK"); };

To access a Postgres db in a exclusive way. This construct works fine but each time it is used a Warning comes out

WARNING: there is already a transaction in progress

Someone knows how can I avoid it? It is little annoying this print in the log file of my program which accesses tens of times to the database. Thanks in advance


In reply to How to remove the warning: "there is already a transaction in progress" when using lock table by angeloulivieri

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