This method sends a
COMMIT statement to the
MySQL server, committing the current transaction. Since by
default Connector/Python does not autocommit, it is important to call this
method after every transaction that modifies data for tables
that use transactional storage engines.
>>> cursor.execute("INSERT INTO employees (first_name) VALUES (%s), (%s)", ('Jane', 'Mary')) >>> cnx.commit()
To roll back instead and discard modifications, see the rollback() method.