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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Transactions and isolation levels » Isolation levels and consistency » Typical types of inconsistency


Cursor instability

Another significant inconsistency is cursor instability. When this inconsistency is present, a transaction can modify a row that is being referenced by another transaction's cursor. Cursor stability ensures that applications using cursors do not introduce inconsistencies into the data in the database.

 Eliminating cursor instability
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