Sometimes you want to use exisiting translations for locales, which do not directly match.
An example would be a website targeting Germany (de_de), Austria (de_at) and Switzerland (de_ch, fr_ch, it_ch). Although you may have
exisiting translations for German (de), French (fr) and Italian (it), there are problems using it directly.
To secure your database from inconsistencies resulting from failing (complex) operations, you (should) use transactions.
However, complex methods often rely on other complex methods that themselves build on transactions.
This HowTo presents a method to nest or embed transactions without relying on the database's nesting capabilities.