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SQL Isolation Level

Posted on 2016-10-11
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Please see the attached SQL practice test question.

From everything I'm reading, SQL isolation level deals with Read Uncommitted, Read Committed etc. The answer to the question in the practice test is using user-defined type on the model database to handle read/write issues. I don't understand that

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 Isolation Level test question
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Yep, those answers don't relate.  I think it's obvious they showed the answers are for a different q.
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That must be a bug. A user-defined data type doesn't have nothing to do with isolation level.
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Thanks guys.

I just wanted to make sure.
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isames, if your question has been answered please mark a comment or comments as solution to have this closed.
Cheers
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My question was verfied
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