Month: August 2006

Snapshot isolation: A threat for integrity? (Part 3)

Last month, I showed how snapshot integrity can really mess up your triggers, promised you a workaround, and then went on holiday. Some events in my life kept me from posting the promised workaround for longer than intended, so I hope that you haven’t been holding your breath for it! J   The workaround is actually quite simple. Just remember the first part of this series, where I showed how SQL Server 2005 prevents violation of foreign key constraints when using snapshot isolation – it automatically and silently switches to a less concurrent isolation level. Of course, if Microsoft can…
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