Disabling Autocommit mode in SSMS

By default as we know SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) is in a Autocommit mode, which means whenever a transaction is executed then that is committed by default. If we want to disable Auto commit mode in SSMSL, then follow below steps:

  1. Connect to SQL Server using SSMS
  2. From the Menu bar, select Tools –> Options
  3. Select Query Execution –> SQL Server –> ANSI
  4. Make sure that you check the check box SET IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS
  5. Click on OK

Now, open a new Query window and start executing the scripts.

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