On incremental global update support in cooperative database systems

Liu, Chengfei, Zhou, Xiaofang, Cao, Jinli and Lin, Eshed Xuemin (2000) On incremental global update support in cooperative database systems. Informatica, 24 1: 27-31.

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Author Liu, Chengfei
Zhou, Xiaofang
Cao, Jinli
Lin, Eshed Xuemin
Title On incremental global update support in cooperative database systems
Journal name Informatica   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0350-5596
Publication date 2000-03
Sub-type Article (original research)
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Volume 24
Issue 1
Start page 27
End page 31
Total pages 5
Editor Y. Zhang
V. A. Fornichov
A. P. Zeleznikar
Place of publication Ljubljana, Slovenia
Publisher Slovensko društvo Informatika (Slovene Society Informatica)
Collection year 2000
Language eng
Subject C1
280103 Information Storage, Retrieval and Management
700103 Information processing services
Formatted abstract
OzGateway is a cooperative database system designed for integrating heterogeneous existing information systems into an interoperable environment. It also aims to provide a gateway for legacy information system migration. This paper summarises the problems and results of multidatabase transaction management research. In supporting global updates in OzGateway in an evolutionary way, we introduce a classification of multidatabase transactions and discuss the problems in each category. The architecture of OzGateway and the design of the global transaction manager and servers are presented.
Keyword Multidatabases
Global Transaction Management
Transaction Classification
Q-Index Code C1

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