[plug] web page problem

russ russ at powerstech.com
Thu Jan 6 12:35:44 WST 2000

On Thu, 06 Jan 2000, Leon Brooks wrote:
> snip <
> It means (1) that the person who wrote that ASP doesn't understand
> locking and/or (2) the ODBC layer they used didn't understand locking
> (ie didn't do a BEGIN WORK ... COMMIT block around their update) or made
> a mistake or (3) MS SQL is stuffed.
> It didn't happen with Netscrape simply because it doesn't happen every
> time. If you tried again with KFM, it would be unlikely to recur (unless
> the ASP writer stuffed up _really_ badly, which is not beyond the realms
> of probability. (-:

It happened 4 or 5 times in a row. I then opened Netscape
and it worked. I closed Netscape and tried again with KFM
and it happened again. That's when I thought I'd ask.

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