Here is a link to David Padbury’s blog on using Isotope
Check it out!
This issue has been covered before in other blog posts,
but I want to reiterate what you can do when you get the following error
message when working with Microsoft SQL Server: The database could not be exclusively
locked to perform the operation. (I
received this message when I tried to change the name of a database.)
A fix for this problem is to set the restrict access property of
the database to a SINGLE_USER. Next,
make your change (In my case I changed the name of the database). Followed by, setting the restrict access property back
to MULTI_USER .
You can set the restrict access property through either T-SQL
code or from SQL Server Management Studio.
ALTER DATABASE [database_name] SET SINGLE_USER WITH
ALTER DATABASE [database_name] SET MULTI_USER
SQL Management Studio:
Right mouse click on the database and select
properties. Under Select a page, click
on Options. Scroll down to the State Group
and find the Restrict Access property and change its setting accordingly.
Here is the link where I found this fix.
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