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SQL Server Lock Contention Tamed: The Joys Of NOLOCK and ROWLOCK        
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Relational databases like Microsoft's SQL Server use locks to prevent multiple users from making conflicting modifications to a set of data: when a set of data is locked by a user, no other users can modify that same set of data until the first user finishes modifying the data and relinquishes the lock. There are exceptions, but let's not go there.


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