troubleshooting Question

default record locking vs open dabases by using record-level locking

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guys, what's the difference between these 2 options?

they seem to contradict.

so i put default record locking = no locks.

then right below it says open databases by using record-level locking.

isn't it an oxymoron in its more quintessential sense?

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