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Transaction isolation strategy

Transaction isolation strategy: Designing Database Solutions for SQL Server 2016
Transaction isolation strategy: Designing Database Solutions for SQL Server 2016

Isolation levels define what types of concurrency side effects are allowable during the execution of a transaction, and the state of data that can be read when simultaneous users are making changes.

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