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RE: Re: Re: Stealing/Breaking Locks

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 09:28:49 -0400

> A- This user has all the administrative rights.
> B- Another user.
>
> Now,If user A locks some page named 'abc.aspx' and working on it
> exclusively.Now suppose B wants to do work on the same page
'abc.aspx'..he
> can't work/commit because the page has been locked by the user A,but
he
> can forcefully unlock by cheking through stealing chekbox.I dont want
to
> allow this stealing facility to user B.What will i do to this pre-lock
> script to block the steallocking facility to user B except the
> administrator(means user A).

This doesn't directly answer your question. But, I wonder, why are you
using locks on .aspx files? They are not binary files and
edit-update-commit work flow should not be a problem with these file
types.

BOb

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