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Using SCOPE Locks

Using SCOPE Locks

  • <cflock scope=“Session” type=“Exclusive” timeout=“15”> <cfset session.city=“Rockville”> </cflock>

  • Locking with the scope attribute is the best way to access memory-resident variables.

  • Supports three scopes: SESSION, APPLICATION, and SERVER.

  • The SESSION Scope will only locks access for the same session only (based on a variable called Session.SessionID)

  • The APPLICATION Scope locks access for the same application.

  • SERVER Scope locks server-wide access

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