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How to declare 2 dim varchar array, lock table

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i use sql server 7.
1) how to declare varchar array of 2 dimension and how to use it?
2) How to lock a table [i want to lock when a critical procedure is being executed. i want the table to be locked till proc is executed]
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 50 total points
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1) you cannot declare arrays in SQL Server, for data storage I would create a table with 2 address columns.

2) use transactions and locking hints:
CREATE yourproc
AS
BEGIN TRANSACTION
SELECT * FROM YOURTABLE (HOLDLOCK, UPDLOCK) <WHERE somecondition>
...


COMMIT TRANSACTION
GO

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