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Recordset Cursor Operation Conflict

Posted on 2002-04-08
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Hi

I've got a site where I have quite a few DB access commands.  Most commonly they are in the form:

objRecordset.Open strSQL, DB_CONNECTIONSTRING, adOpenKeyset, adLockPessimistic, adCmdText

I've been occasionally getting 'Recordset Cursor Operation Conflict asp errors'   Is this due to the adLockPessimistic parameter and the number of users in the system increasing?

Any suggustions?
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Question by:bendecko
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by:thunderchicken
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You might try

Application.Lock

and

Application.Unlock
 before and after SQL Calls
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by:bendecko
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Recordset Cursor Operation Conflict errors could be due to pessmistic locking?

What does the application lock actually do?  What happens if two processes try to lock a table at the same time - wouldn't i get the same problem?

Bendecko
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thunderchicken earned 50 total points
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Your right, i was thinking of something totally different.  I thought it had to do with the entire process itself, but it only has to do with application variables...

Have you tried doing something like...

...
cn.open DB_CONNECTIONSTRING
set rs = cn.execute(strSQL)
...
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by:bendecko
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Having a bit of a clean up of <unlocked questions>

This would almost certainly work I now know to use the connection object for INSERTS and UPDATES and leave the recordset for SELECTS

thanks

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