Data definition statements that change an entire table, such as CREATE INDEX, ALTER TABLE, and TRUNCATE TABLE, are prevented whenever the table on which the statement is acting is currently being used by another connection. These data definition statements can be time consuming and the database server will not process requests referencing the same table while the statement is being processed.
The CREATE TABLE statement does not cause any concurrency conflicts.
The GRANT statement, REVOKE statement, and SET OPTION statement also do not cause concurrency conflicts. These statements affect any new SQL statements sent to the database server, but do not affect existing outstanding statements.
GRANT and REVOKE for a user are not allowed if that user is connected to the database.
Using data definition statements in databases using synchronization requires special care. See MobiLink - Server Administration.
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