monitor and update an object collaboratively
Thu Mar 20 21:21:09 CET 2003
You can do the global locking with global:
It'll be up to your application(s) to respect the locks so if you want
to allow read access you just do. Preventing write access is a matter
of respecting the locks (i.e. requesting a lock first).
On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 02:49:07PM -0500, HP Wei wrote:
} Is there an example of codes for doing the following ?
} An object (a file contents, a drawing board etc)
} is monitored by many users on different nodes.
} Each user can modify the object.
} At that time of modification by one user,
} all others can only 'see' but not be able to modify the object.
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