The Commit method of the Database object finalizes the persistent form of the database. All persistent data is written to the writeable database, and no temporary columns or rows are written. This method has no effect on a database opened as read-only. This method can be called multiple times to save the current state of tables loaded into memory. When the database is finally closed, any changes made subsequent to the last Commit are rolled back. This method is normally called prior to shutdown when all database changes have been finalized.
This method has no parameters.
This method does not return a value.
If the method fails, you can obtain extended error information by using the LastErrorRecord method.
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||IID_IDatabase is defined as 000C109D-0000-0000-C000-000000000046