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Locking row from a view

Locking row from a view

Locking row from a view

(OP)
Need to lock a record after I select it and unlock it (even without updating).
I also need to check if record is lock.

Been googling this for quite some time now, found some articles on locking row from table but not from a view.
When I implement on my view, did not seem to work.

BEGIN TRAN
SELECT * FROM myTable WITH (UPDLOCK,READPAST)
WHERE myID = someValue
COMMIT TRAN

--CHECK IF ID IS LOCKED
SELECT myID FROM myTable WITH(NOLOCK)
WHERE myID NOT IN
(
SELECT myID FROM myTable WITH(READPAST)
)

Tried different combination of (UPDLOCK,READPAST) i.e HOLDLOCK, ETC..

Any Help will be greatly appreciated.


RE: Locking row from a view

I suspect your issue is you are using the view in an application and want it to lock that record if a users is reviewing it. Is that correct?
If so you would need to start a transaction in your application. Not the view.

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