Lock types in oracle 10g with sql examples

can some body easily in simple words tell some thing about the table locks types in oracle 10g with some sql examples?

Oracle locking is a complex topic that may not easily be explained with simple words.
Please try to read above mentioned link starting from simple examples to used lock types. I don't think it's a good idea to "over simplify" the topic starting from the different lock types.
Another way to explain some lock types can be found in following OTN discussion with Tom Kyte (who is also one of the primary author of Concepts Guide 11.2): TM / TX Locks ( Tom Kyte and Oracle Docu) ; note the different points of view about what is the row lock ...
Edited by: P. Forstmann on 29 juin 2011 14:00

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