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If multiple users access the same row in a database how to avoid inconsistancy. What type of locking must be used.

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can u make it clear ... DataBase or DataSet

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Do you mean that you want to make sure that if two users are editing the same record at the same time that the first persons changes don't get overwritten by the second one?
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