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What is "Version_Optimized_Lock" used for?

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What is "Version_Optimized_Lock" used for?

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Re: What is "Version_Optimized_Lock" used for?

If you have cloned Products, after product export, you might notice a field called "Version_Optimized_Lock" as below -

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Version_Optimized_Lock is an internal field used for version control.

For example, if user A and user B are both editing a Product, and user A saves his change -

In this scenario, Version_Optimized_Lock is incremented by 1, for example, from 2 to 3.

If user B decides to save his change at this point, he will not be able to because he is still on version 2. To proceed, user B will need to refresh the copy he's trying to make change to.

Version_Optimized_Lock is not used for, or affecting your daily operation.



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Re: What is "Version_Optimized_Lock" used for?

If you have cloned Products, after product export, you might notice a field called "Version_Optimized_Lock" as below -

Screen_Shot_2015-07-14_at_23.47.45.png

Version_Optimized_Lock is an internal field used for version control.

For example, if user A and user B are both editing a Product, and user A saves his change -

In this scenario, Version_Optimized_Lock is incremented by 1, for example, from 2 to 3.

If user B decides to save his change at this point, he will not be able to because he is still on version 2. To proceed, user B will need to refresh the copy he's trying to make change to.

Version_Optimized_Lock is not used for, or affecting your daily operation.



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