[Chicago-talk] perl DBI ?
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Wed Mar 16 10:37:09 PST 2005
>>>>> "Richard" == Richard Reina <richard at rushlogistics.com> writes:
Richard> However, not only would
Richard> it mean row level locking as more than one user would
Richard> need to be updating the table eventhough they are all
Richard> working on diff. transactions.,
Not sure what that means. All records belonging to a user will
have a specific transaction ID distinct from any other row.
That's a transparent situation, I presume. There's never be two
different processes both asking for a row with trans_id = 123, for
So why have you listed this as a negative?
Richard> it would just seem
Richard> much cleaner to compile the data for the transaction
Richard> as it's own table and discard it when the transaction
Richard> is done.
Any application that alter the schema on the fly is suspect.
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