Subject RE: [firebird-support] isql doesn't show latest info
Author Marc-Antoine Desroches
Does that mean that if I have two apps hitting the same database I should
always 'commit' before a select? I find this quite counter-intuitive. If
there are two applications, one writer and one reader, the reader should not
have anything to commit to and always see the latest commited transactions.
Is there a way to force this behaviour?

Thanks.

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From: Francesco Lamonica [mailto:franci@...]
Sent: 29 aoƻt, 2003 18:03
To: firebird-support@yahoogroups.com; hay77772000
Subject: Re: [firebird-support] isql doesn't show latest info


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On Friday 29 August 2003 22:27, hay77772000 wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I connect to my database using isql, and do a "select count(id) from
> metrics" and get the current count back.
>
> However if I add some more records using my app, and try the select
> count again, it shows me the same count!
>
> Is this expected behavior?!
>
try executing commit; within isql

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