State Management :: Processing 3 Input Excel Files By Storing In Global Temporary Tables?

Apr 29, 2010

Input: - 3 excel files storing them into global temporary tables after reading cell by cell.

Requirement is to process inputs files and generate a single excel report.

After report gets exported, data in tables in should be deleted (i am using global temp tables for this).

But the problem is, two users are unable to generate report simultaneously.

Is this problem with global temporary tables?

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