Strict 2PL:Though, this basic 2PL suffers from the trouble that it can result into loss of isolation / atomic property of transaction as theoretically speaking once a lock is released on a data item it can be changed by another transaction before the first transaction aborts or commits.
To leave such a situation we use strict two phase locking. The strict 2PL is graphically depicted in Figure. Though, the basic drawbacks of strict 2PL are that it restricts concurrency as it locks the item afar the time it is required by a transaction.
Figure: Strict Two Phase Locking
Does the two phase locking solve all the problems of concurrent transactions? No, the strict 2PL answers the problem of concurrency and atomicity, though it introduces another problem.