Darryl, according to the link I send you, you have two alternates: Set Auto
Commit to TRUE, or set Distributed Transaction to FALSE

Coming from Microsoft SQL Server, I'm used to Auto Commit being true. I
create a transaction manually when I feel I need one.

Cheers,
Justin

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 11:50 AM Darryl Freinkel <dhfreinkel@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

I found the issue.

Whether I kill it or not, MS SQL requires commitment control to be active.
You need to have journaling active on the file.

Once I created the journal, magic happened.

Who woodduh thought?

Thanks all for the moral support.


Darryl
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