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Oracle Transaction recovery: lock conflict caught and ignored

In alert log there are a lot of "Transaction recovery: lock conflict caught and ignored" statements. I've found some information, that this error is caused when there is an active dead transaction. ...
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2answers
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Oracle - Is it possible to maintain transaction across multiple schemas?

I got this database in oracle which includes 4 schemas. Each schema represents a logical layer. Each transaction (Stored Procedure) in the upper layer breaks into a couple of transactions in the lower ...
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1answer
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Disable explicit commits in JDBC, detect them in SQL, or put the database in a readonly state

Background: I'm working on http://sqlfiddle.com (my site), and am trying to prevent one avenue of abuse possible there. I'm hoping that by asking about a problem I'm currently addressing, I don't ...
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2answers
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Oracle 11g see transaction or session start time

I want to know when a session or transaction started. The deadlock file doesn't give me this information. Is there some logfile that keeps these records? I've got a transaction id "TX-1234-abcd", a ...
3
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1answer
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Find out if two rows came from same transaction in Oracle

I am using Oracle 11.1 and would like to figure out if two rows in one table where inserted by the same transaction. Is there an easy sql statement to map a row to an transactions id? The table is an ...
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Oracle - Any way to view uncommited changes to a particular table?

I'm debugging through a batch process currently that does a lot of DML statements, but doesn't do a commit right away. It would be nice to be able to view the "pending" changes from another session ...
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1answer
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Difference between Flashback Query and Serializable Transaction Mode?

Is there any conceptual difference between a SERIALIZABLE Transaction and a Flashback Query?
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Current isolation level in oracle

How to get the current (default) transaction isolation level in oracle?