Multi-User Database(s)

Multi-User databases

A Multi-User system allows several people to access data from the same database at the same time. It is commonly implemented using a RDBMS Server like SQL Server, Sybase, Oracle or DB2 to do the really tricky stuff like handling record locking and other conflicts that might arise like 2 airline agents trying to book the same last seat on a busy flight.

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