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Perl - DB Commits


I have a problem with DB handling in Perl.

Module 1 ---calls--> Module 2

Module 1 creates a DB Connection and passes the DB handle to Module2.

In module 2, I perform some Selects and Updates using this DB Handle.

Now Selects are ok....but after Update, when I give

.....I see nothing is done in the database.

Could somebody please let me know how to debug this...or what might be happening in the background.


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