What is commit in sql?


Could someone tell me what exactly is COMMIT in SQL?



Commit in SQL is referred to as a transactional command that is used to save the changes invoked by the transaction to the database. Hence, the COMMIT command is responsible for saving the changes since the last ROLLBACK or last COMMIT command.

Below is the syntax for the commit command:



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