IDBTransacation接口由IndexedDB API提供,异步transaction使用数据库中的事件对象属性。所有的读取和写入数据均在transactions中完成。由IDBDatabase发起transaction,通过IDBTransaction 来设置transaction的模式(例如是否只读或读写),以及通过IDBObjectStore来获得一个request。同时你也可以使用它来中止transactions。



Returns an IDBObjectStore object representing an object store that is part of the scope of this transaction.


IDBTransaction.db 只读
The database connection with which this transaction is associated.
IDBTransaction.mode 只读
The mode for isolating access to data in the object stores that are in the scope of the transaction. For possible values, see the Constants section below. The default value is readonly.
IDBTransaction.error 只读
The error returned in the event of an unsuccessful transaction. Null if the transaction is not finished, is finished and successfully committed, or was aborted with IDBTransaction.abort function. Returns the same DOMError as the request object which caused the transaction to be aborted due to a failed request, or a DOMError for the transaction failure not due to a failed request (such as QuotaExceededError or UnknownError).

Event handlers

IDBTransaction.onabort 只读
The event handler for the abort event, fired when the transaction is aborted.
IDBTransaction.oncomplete 只读
The event handler for the complete event, thrown when the transaction completes successfully.
IDBTransaction.onerror 只读
The event handler for the error event, thrown when the transaction fails to complete.


已废弃 Gecko 25 (Firefox 25 / Thunderbird 25 / SeaMonkey 2.22)
This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.

These constants are no longer available. You should use the direct string constants instead. (bug 888598)

Transactions 可使用以下三种模式中的一种:

常量 描述


(0 in Chrome)




(1 in Chrome)



(2 in Chrome)


此模式是用于开始使用 IDBDatabase 的 setVersion()方法更新版本号事务。


即使目前这些常量已经被废弃,但如果你需要使用它,则需要提供向下兼容方案(in Chrome the change was made in version 21)。你应当防止出现对象不存在的情况:

var myIDBTransaction = window.IDBTransaction || window.webkitIDBTransaction || { READ_WRITE: "readwrite" };


In the following code snippet, we open a read/write transaction on our database and add some data to an object store. Note also the functions attached to transaction event handlers to report on the outcome of the transaction opening in the event of success or failure. For a full working example, see our To-do Notifications app (view example live.)

// Let us open our database
var DBOpenRequest ="toDoList", 4);
DBOpenRequest.onsuccess = function(event) {
  note.innerHTML += '<li>Database initialised.</li>';
  // store the result of opening the database in the db variable. This is used a lot below
  db = DBOpenRequest.result;
  // Run the addData() function to add the data to the database
function addData() {
  // Create a new object ready for being inserted into the IDB
  var newItem = [ { taskTitle: "Walk dog", hours: 19, minutes: 30, day: 24, month: "December", year: 2013, notified: "no" } ];
  // open a read/write db transaction, ready for adding the data
  var transaction = db.transaction(["toDoList"], "readwrite");
  // report on the success of opening the transaction
  transaction.oncomplete = function(event) {
    note.innerHTML += '<li>Transaction completed: database modification finished.</li>';
  transaction.onerror = function(event) {
  note.innerHTML += '<li>Transaction not opened due to error. Duplicate items not allowed.</li>';
  // create an object store on the transaction
  var objectStore = transaction.objectStore("toDoList");
  // add our newItem object to the object store
  var objectStoreRequest = objectStore.add(newItem[0]);
  objectStoreRequest.onsuccess = function(event) {
    // report the success of our new item going into the database
    note.innerHTML += '<li>New item added to database.</li>';


Specification Status Comment
Indexed Database API

Browser compatibility

Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari (WebKit)
Basic support 23webkit
10 moz
16.0 (16.0)
10, partial 15 7.1
Feature Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) Firefox OS IE Phone Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
Basic support 4.4 22.0 (22.0) 1.0.1 10 22 未实现

Known browser issues

Older versions of Google Chrome serialise all transactions. So even if you have only read-only transactions and no read-write transaction, your transactions are executed one at a time. Any subsequent transactions are not executed until read-only transactions are completed. For the status, see bug 64076.

See also