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Insert Update in multi-user database SQL Server

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Hi,

How to do inesert/update in multi-user database environment in sql server 2005/2008?
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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what is your concern?

you do it exactly like in a single user database. the only exception is that if you are using explicit transactions, make sure you commit them quickly
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Or you use MERGE and side-step the need to do explicit BEGIN TRANSACTION ... ROLLBACK ... COMMIT
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