Rasim ├×EN wrote:
Hi friends ,

my code like this

  $sql="SELECT mid,substr(ROWID,0,100) as nROWID,MEMBER_ID, NAME, SURNAME,
E_MAIL, SUBJECT, MAIL_BODY, to_char(DATE_CREATED,'DD.MM.YYYY HH24:MI:SS') as
DATE_CREATED, RETRY, PRIORITY, E_MAIL_FROM, RECEIVER_MEMBER_ID,
RECEIVER_NAME, RECEIVER_SURNAME, MAIL_TYPE, ATTACHMENT1, ATTACHMENT2,
EMBEDDING1, EMBEDDING2 FROM MEMBERS_TO_MAIL_SEND_HTML where flag=0 and
rownum<2000";

  putenv("NLS_LANG=TURKISH_TURKEY.WE8ISO8859P9");
  $baglanti = ocilogon(USERNAME,PASSWORD,DATABASE);

  $statement = ociparse ($baglanti, $sql);
  ociexecute ($statement);
  $i=0;


  while (ocifetchinto ($statement,$row, OCI_ASSOC)) {
    ........
    ........


I want to lock this 2000 rows, for this I make query like below:

  $sql=" .............. FROM MEMBERS_TO_MAIL_SEND_HTML where flag=0 and
rownum<2000 FOR UPDATE";

    this time, it is updateting only one row.

I tried to use "LOCK TABLE table IN ROW SHARE MODE;LOCK TABLE table IN ROW
SHARE MODE;"; but I don't know how to use in php.


How can I lock all rows, any advice ?

Thanks a lot
rasim


Why do you think they are not being locked?
Where and when is the UPDATE statement being executed?

Tom Kyte may offer help on locking.  For example, see
http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/ask/f?p=4950:8:::::F4950_P8_DISPLAYID:927629362932

Finally, I suggest using the refactored OCI8 driver.  This
is currently available from http://pecl.php.net/package/oci8 and
http://pecl4win.php.net/ext.php/php_oci8.dll

Chris

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