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    Default concurrency

    hi, given a scenario, at a moment of time, got two users A and B, different ip address, accessing to the same product. How to ensure the concurrent issues? is it due to the database server capability, as like compared mysql to oracle?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: concurrency

    Your question is too vague to answer specifically, because there are many different concurrency issues.<BR><BR>The general answer, though, is that you take advantage of constructs within the objects/languages (e.g. transactions) and the features of the database itself (e.g. lock, rowlock, setlock, etc.) to ensure that there are no concurrency problems.<BR><BR>Just like any other programming environment.

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