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Re: Unexpected Innodb table lock
Posted by: Scott Krise
Date: February 15, 2019 02:21PM

Its C++ used in coordination with QT.

It will evaluate to the users name..."kathy" if you are looking at the error log messages I posted.

Again, this is a shared temp table and the records in the table tagged with your user name are yours. The delete query is simply going in, deleting all the records that belong to you, then putting updated records based on the report parameters for this run.

I think its a file lock (or maybe a deadlock?) since no two users would ever be deleting the same records at the same time...they would be deleting records tagged with their name in the user field only.

It makes no sense to me why deleting one record would stop you from deleting a different one.

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