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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:02 AM
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Default ¿Record Locks? Concurrency Multiple Users

If when one works with data in a dataset, we are working with a table in memory, and not the database itself. How do we enforce user concurrency controls?

Lets say two users get the same record loaded into a dataset with an adapter or command object. One performs a modifications and saves it, then the other one saves again, therefore overwriting the changes the first person made.

I haven't seen anything to deal with this, im pretty sure there is something done implicitly, and if not something has to be available.