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Please Give Some Examples For Table Locks And Releasing The Table.
Let Me Know Clearly Abot The 'tablockx' Command.and How To Release The Table And Syntex For That......my Intention Is If One User Access The Table I Want To Restrict The Accessing From Other Users...give Me The Ex.... If Anybody Know.
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May 1 '07 #1
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