SINGLE_USER/MULTI_USER - Database User Access Options in SQL Server
How to set database to be SINGLE_USER in SQL Server?
Databases in SQL Server have three user access options:
You can use the "ALTER DATABASE" to change database user access options as shown in the tutorial below:
USE FyiCenterComData GO ALTER DATABASE FyiCentercomData SET SINGLE_USER GO
Now connect to server with another client session and try:
USE FyiCenterComData GO Msg 924, Level 14, State 1, Line 1 Database 'FyiCenterComData' is already open and can only have one user at a time.
Go back to the first session and re-set the database to MULTI_USER:
ALTER DATABASE FyiCenterComData SET MULTI_USER GO
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