DocumentDB – Optimistic Concurrency in a Stored Procedure

Got a message from one of my blog visitors that were related to two of my previous blog posts (DocumentDB revisited Part 3 – Concurrency in DocumentDB and  DocumentDB revisited Part 4 – Stored Procedures) that I wrote when I revisited DocumentDB some time ago. The problem was that he (hi Mark) had tried to get the… Continue reading DocumentDB – Optimistic Concurrency in a Stored Procedure

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DocumentDB revisited Part 4 – Stored Procedures

In my series of DocumentDB I will discuss more advanced features of DocumentDB. This post covers Stored Procedures. Use of Stored Procedures You can benefit a great deal from using stored procedures in DocumentDB. I will give you two examples where it might me useful but I don’t see a big difference in the usefulness between DocumentDB Stored Procedure… Continue reading DocumentDB revisited Part 4 – Stored Procedures

DocumentDB revisited Part 3 – Concurrency in DocumentDB

In my series of DocumentDB I will discuss more advanced features of DocumentDB. This post covers concurrency options for DocumentDB but starts with an overview of the problems with concurrency in general. Concurrency options in DocumentDB What is concurrency? Consider the scenario that you have a hotel room booking application. You have a web site that allows people… Continue reading DocumentDB revisited Part 3 – Concurrency in DocumentDB