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Application Locks (or Mutexes) in SQL Server 2005

I've written an article here on SQL Team about Application Locks in SQL Server 2005

Application locks aren't a well known area of locking in SQL Server, but they can be very useful for special scenarios. They work in a analogous way to the lock() construct in .Net and are basicaly user defined mutexes in SQL Server.

 

It's a second part in the locking series articles:

Part 2: Application Locks (or Mutexes) in SQL Server 2005

Part 1: Introduction to locking in SQL Server 2005

Print | posted on Tuesday, January 08, 2008 5:13 PM |

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# re: Application Locks (or Mutexes) in SQL Server 2005

hmmm adam... maybe i should demand a signed copy of that book from you for allowing you this blatant self-promotion :))))
1/8/2008 5:51 PM | Mladen
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# re: Application Locks (or Mutexes) in SQL Server 2005

Zelo zelo zelo zelo dober članek!
1/8/2008 8:39 PM | Mare
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# re: Application Locks (or Mutexes) in SQL Server 2005

@mare: thanx!

@adam:
well then i'm expecting it in the near future :)
1/9/2008 2:16 PM | Mladen
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