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COMMIT PREPARED(7)	PostgreSQL 9.6.3 Documentation	    COMMIT PREPARED(7)

NAME
       COMMIT_PREPARED - commit	a transaction that was earlier prepared	for
       two-phase commit

SYNOPSIS
       COMMIT PREPARED transaction_id

DESCRIPTION
       COMMIT PREPARED commits a transaction that is in	prepared state.

PARAMETERS
       transaction_id
	   The transaction identifier of the transaction that is to be
	   committed.

NOTES
       To commit a prepared transaction, you must be either the	same user that
       executed	the transaction	originally, or a superuser. But	you do not
       have to be in the same session that executed the	transaction.

       This command cannot be executed inside a	transaction block. The
       prepared	transaction is committed immediately.

       All currently available prepared	transactions are listed	in the
       pg_prepared_xacts system	view.

EXAMPLES
       Commit the transaction identified by the	transaction identifier foobar:

	   COMMIT PREPARED 'foobar';

COMPATIBILITY
       COMMIT PREPARED is a PostgreSQL extension. It is	intended for use by
       external	transaction management systems,	some of	which are covered by
       standards (such as X/Open XA), but the SQL side of those	systems	is not
       standardized.

SEE ALSO
       PREPARE TRANSACTION (PREPARE_TRANSACTION(7)), ROLLBACK PREPARED
       (ROLLBACK_PREPARED(7))

PostgreSQL 9.6.3		     2017		    COMMIT PREPARED(7)

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