Command COMMIT Foundation
Writes contents of file buffers from all work areas back into the files.
The command COMMIT causes the contents all open file buffers in all work areas (buffers for database and index files) to be written back into the respective files. Data changed in memory are thus permanently saved on the hard disk.
The functional equivalent of the command COMMIT is the function DbCommitAll(). To write the contents of a file buffer from a single work area back into the file, the function DbCommit() is used.
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