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When creating a Stored Procedure, you do not need COMMIT;. I have never used it for Stored Procedures. No one should have to because Stored Procedures are stored in a MyISAM table (mysql.proc) Please remove the COMMIT; before the END // and try again. I would also change line to say DELIMITER $$ and the end clause to END $$ and try again I thought ...
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