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SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Using Transactions and Isolation Levels » How locking works » Table locks

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Intent to write table locks

An intent to write table lock, also known as an intent table lock, is implicitly acquired the first time a write lock on a row is acquired by a transaction. As with shared table locks, intent table locks held until the transaction completes via a COMMIT or a ROLLBACK. Intent table locks conflict with shared and exclusive table locks, but not with other intent table locks.