TransactionScope Constructor (TransactionScopeOption, TransactionOptions, EnterpriseServicesInteropOption)


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Initializes a new instance of the TransactionScope class with the specified scope and COM+ interoperability requirements, and transaction options.

Namespace:   System.Transactions
Assembly:  System.Transactions (in System.Transactions.dll)

public TransactionScope(
	TransactionScopeOption scopeOption,
	TransactionOptions transactionOptions,
	EnterpriseServicesInteropOption interopOption


Type: System.Transactions.TransactionScopeOption

An instance of the TransactionScopeOption enumeration that describes the transaction requirements associated with this transaction scope.

Type: System.Transactions.TransactionOptions

A TransactionOptions structure that describes the transaction options to use if a new transaction is created. If an existing transaction is used, the timeout value in this parameter applies to the transaction scope. If that time expires before the scope is disposed, the transaction is aborted.

Type: System.Transactions.EnterpriseServicesInteropOption

An instance of the EnterpriseServicesInteropOption enumeration that describes how the associated transaction interacts with COM+ transactions.

When you use the transactionOptions parameter to specify an IsolationLevel, and the scope creates a transaction later, the new transaction is associated with the specified isolation level. If an isolation level is passed in together with a transaction, the transaction must have an identical isolation level, or an exception is thrown.

Note   This method uses LinkDemand to prevent it from being called from untrusted code; however, only the immediate caller is required to possess the FullTrust permission set.

.NET Framework
Available since 2.0

TransactionScope Overload
TransactionScope Class
System.Transactions Namespace
Implementing An Implicit Transaction Using Transaction Scope

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