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Stored procedures and multiusers

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I am using interbase 6 with delphi 5. Now i want to create stored procedures for duplication checking and refrential integrity. I want to make some common stored procedure so that i can use one procedure for all the table. Is it possible? How?

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With delphi 5 i am using sql server. To make my application multi uses what should i do. Any sites addresses or tips

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1. common is not possible, because the tables must be known at compile-time by the server, but you can do a stored-procedure for each table anbd change the name of the storedprocedure in your tstoredproc-object (if you use this)

2. the sql-server takes care of multiuser-access, no need to do something special (excepts your grants and userlogins)

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Instead of stored procedure you can use Query and you can build it at run time such as:

ibQuery1.SQL.Text:= 'select * from ' + Edit1.Text;

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kretzschmar

SQL server takes care of multiusers
but when we are running two application and two users are trying to modify the same record or when one user is modifying a record while some other user is deleting that record. Those kind of errors how to handle those.
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one user may have no luck and will get an exception thrown by the server forwarded through the connection-protocol to your application

SQL server takes care of multiusers,
doesn't matter if there are more users and/or applications accesses the same record, SQL server knows this, because all must go through the server

well there is a transaction issue,
depending on how you connect to the server (ado,bde,..).
but the default settings are normally useable.

meikl ;-)



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Second question about common store procedures this week!

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