Relational databases are designed for multiple simultaneous users, and Microsoft SQL Server is no different. However, supporting multiple users requires some form of concurrency control, which in SQL Server's case means transaction isolation and locking. Read on to learn how SQL Server 2008 implements locking.
Latest SQL Server Articles
Do you need to create Dynamic Where Clauses at runtime? No need to use string concatenation with SQL, LINQ is fully capable of performing the same task.
Learn how to use SQL Modeling Services to hunt for interdependencies without having to access source code.
In today's column we'll demonstrate how and when to use the new TSQL MERGE statement and how this can be a helpful addition to your toolbox.
Learn how to define policies and use them to better manage your SQL Server 2008 instances.
This article was written mainly for developers who use Firebird Embedded SQL Server in .Net framework applications and want to speed up or optimize DB queries. We will describe how to create your own native Firebird extension and show some approaches how to use it in managed code applications.
Latest CodeGuru Developer Columns
Discover the concept of late binding—the work behind the scenes to realize the late binding mechanism. Sample code and examples are provided.
Discover the most common uses of the Process class to launch separate processes (programs) in a variety of ways. Example code is in C# and VB.NET.
Explore how to create and use a Ubuntu virtual machine.