yes.
But then :
- if the 1 user changed a value, everyone probably needs to know that 
the record is being modified and whatever value(s) are displayed may 
not be correct.
- if the 'touch' (in code) is only a lookup - Read Only is your friend 
:)
- users learn to finish, after being <redacted> yelled at </redacted> 
told a few times to complete what they were doing  :)

On Fri, 14 Oct 2016 04:20:58 -0700, Kirk Brooks wrote:
> The problem with starting transactions
> from an input form in such a way that they are finished by user action
> (enter or cancel) is everything you 'touch' within the transaction gets
> locked until the user is done.
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