I have some questions about transaction scope that I want to get clear so I have the groundwork laid.
I see references to record scope being weak or strong, are transaction and frame scopes considered weak or strong, or does it pertain to the record scope since records are involved in frames and transactions?
I was thinking this and I asked about it and the guy I asked talked and did not answer that the way I needed it to be answered. Is this wrong:
In the Getting Started: ABL Essentials manual, have a look at Chapter 5: Record Buffers and Record Scope, and Chapter 10: Managing Transactions. They should provide the definitions and clarification you're looking for.