By Hans -Peter Steiert, Jürgen Zimmermann (auth.), Suzanne M. Embury, Nicholas J. Fiddian, W. Alex Gray, Andrew C. Jones (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixteenth British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD sixteen, held in Cardiff, Wales, united kingdom, In July 1998.
The eleven revised complete papers provided including seven posters have been rigorously chosen for inclusion within the booklet. The papers are equipped in topical sections on middleware, existence cycles, pictures, heterogenity, and languages.
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135-192 16. : JDBC: A Java SQL API. ps (March 1998) 17. : RMI--Remote Methode Invocation. 1/docs/guide/rmi/ (March 1998) 18. -P. Steiert, J. Zimmermann: JPMQ--An Advanced Persistent Message Queuing Service (internal report). *, Brian Lings 2, and BjSrn Lundell I 1 University of SkSvde, Sweden, Department of Computer Science (bjorn. lundell@ida, his. se) 2 University of Exeter, UK, Department of Computer Science (brian@dcs. exeter, ac. uk) Abstract. In this paper we address aspects of traceability in Information Systems design, particularly with those methodologies utilizing rich, and possibly multiple (behavioural) models.
This may be sufficient in some cases, but for the realization of protocols with strong inter-message dependencies, neither "none" nor "ordered" is strong enough. Here, it makes more sense to take transaction boundaries into account: Only one reader gets exclusive access to messages of one (writing) transaction and has to d~queue all messages of this transaction. This means, the reader is only allowed to commit successfully if there are no more messages left from the writing transaction. The corresponding isolation level is called "blockwise" (Fig.
Advances in Databases: 16th Brirish National Conference on Database BNCOD 16 Cardiff, Wales, UK, July 6–8, 1998 Proceedings by Hans -Peter Steiert, Jürgen Zimmermann (auth.), Suzanne M. Embury, Nicholas J. Fiddian, W. Alex Gray, Andrew C. Jones (eds.)