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How i can change then locking mode in oracle

Posted on 2004-04-23
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Who help me to explain how i can change the locked_mode in a oracle database,
and explain to me on what depends it

(Sorry the question i made before wasn't correct i wrote LOCKING LEVEL MODE instead locked mode)
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hi there

the below links will throw you some light on locking modes in oracle

http://www.ilook.fsnet.co.uk/ora_sql/sql_03.htm
www.indiana.edu/~dbateam/resources/ tips/oracle_locking.ppt
http://www.orafaq.com/papers/locking.pdf

also look at the oracle document link for lock
http://sales.esicom.com/sales/oracle/paraserv.816/a76970/index.htm#L

in this page search for lock

regards
annamalai
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