Subject Re: [ib-support] Stored procedure sequence
Author Martijn Tonies

You start procedures yourself from your client application (unless you're
using triggers) - so they will run at the same time, each in the transaction
context of the calling application.

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird

Upscene Productions

"This is an object-oriented system.
If we change anything, the users object."

> There is a database with some Stored Procedures working with same
> tables started simultaneously.
> Will work SPs one after another?
> ....
> SP1 start
> SP1 end
> SP2 start
> SP2 end
> SP1 start
> SP1 end
> SP4 start
> SP4 end
> SP3 start
> SP3 end
> ....
> Is it the model or something different?
> I'd like to know if users start same SP more then one each SP's
> begining will follow the end of previous SP.
> I couldn't find any document about it.