We have an instance of SQL Server which has multiple databases. A process in one database seems to be blocking a process in another database. When I look in activity monitor I can see a header blocker (A one in the header blocker column). This seems to be blocking other processes in different databases. I can see their ids in the blocked by column when I select one from the drop down. Am I correct that it is cross database blocking? I didn't think this was possible. They are all running exactly the same stored procedure, but they have their own instance in each database. They are doing updates and inserts, but only within their own databases.
UPDATE SCA SET SCA.date_last_read_only = TDR.date_seen FROM [dbo].[SINGLE_CERT_ACC] SCA INNER JOIN #TMP_DELTA_READONLY TDR ON SCA.id = TDR.id SET @RecsUpdated = @RecsUpdated + @@ROWCOUNT