The CommitTransaction action is a System Action that issues a database COMMIT command that makes effective all changes done on the database since the last commit. After a commit transaction, the Action flow continues and a new transaction is started.

The CommitTransaction action has no input parameters or output parameters.

When to use the action CommitTransaction

When there is integration with external systems, transaction handling might need some extra care. Why?

If you are using an Oracle or DB2 database, commit the transaction before launching a Process instance or executing a Web Service method. See more about Database Compatibility Issues.

See Also

AbortTransaction Action | Handling Transactions | Handling Transactions with External Systems | Overview of System Actions and Functions