On Fri, 2 Feb 2007, Simon Riggs wrote:

> It sounds like if we don't put a SHARE lock on the referenced table then
> we can end the transaction in an inconsistent state if the referenced
> table has concurrent UPDATEs or DELETEs. BUT those operations do impose
> locking rules back onto the referencing tables that would not be granted
> until after any changes to the referencing table complete, whereupon
> they would restrict or cascade. So an inconsistent state doesn't seem
> possible to me.

What locking back to the referencing table are you thinking about? The row
locks are insufficient because that doesn't prevent an insert of a
new row that matches the criteria previously locked against AFAIK.

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