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Posted Feb 14, 1999

sp_lock7.sql

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



The usp_lock7 stored procedure helps you with locks monitoring. Depending on the option you specify it can display list of locked objects, locks details - lock type, mode, status, index name and type of object associated with the lock hold by specified process or on specified object. Input parameters:

@option
1 - locked objects list;
2 - locks details hold by a process;
3 - locks details on a particular object

@obj_name object name
@spid int process id

With the @option = 2 you need to define the process id - @spid, and with the @option = 3 you need to define the object name - @obj_name.

Author: Tanya Stolyar


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