1.
In this instance, dirty reads are disallowed, while nonrepeatable reads and phantom reads are allowed.

2.
A transaction for which all committed changes are permanent is called:

3.
Which of the following occurs when a transaction rereads data and finds new rows that were inserted by a command transaction since the prior read?

4.
Which of the following locks the item from change but not from read?

5.
Locks placed by command are called ________ .

6.
Which of the following disallows both dirty reads and nonrepeatable reads, but allows phantom reads?

7.
Which of the following refers to a cursor type where changes of any type and from any source are visible?

8.
Which of the following refers to a cursor type that when the cursor is opened, a primary key value is saved for each row in the recordset; when the application accesses a row, the key is used to fetch the current values of the row?

9.
The advantage of optimistic locking is that:

10.
Which of the following occurs when a transaction rereads data it has previously read and finds modification or deletions caused by a committed transaction?

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