On 05/26/2011 04:56 PM, Dmitri Pal wrote:
The term "Session global" is a little weird. If you mean that multiple
requests in the same session can talk to the same cursor, then yes.
Global implies multiple people can talk to it at once, and I do not mean
On 05/26/2011 02:43 PM, Simo Sorce wrote:
You can limit it to have one cursor open per session at a time so you
can use it as session global.
I have seen Adam's response.
This functionality is easily extensible. You can start with one and then
I do not see a use case in near future that would require more than one
cursor to be open at a time per session.
I am just voting for less work here as it can be enhanced when we need
more than one.
So long as the cursor is "read only" it will not be a problem to share.
If the user does a write, or wants to see changes that were made by
other people, they need to explicitly refresh the cursor. As I said,
getting this right requires thought, and should not be in the next release.
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