Re: Alternatives to ACID, non-serialized concurrent transactions?
Date: Wed, 7 May 2003 17:34:20 +0100
"tj bandrowsky" <anakin_at_unitedsoftworks.com> wrote in message
> Now, forcing a database to have a value at one point in time is
> entirely valuable, otherwise, we wouldn't all be doing it.
> What I'm
> asking if there is not some framework that is not actually more
However, it occurs to me that a 'logically distributed database' could be exactly such a framework. I would imagine that one critical logical difference between a 'logically distributed database' and a 'logically single database', is the fact that the former would not necessarily have one value at every given point in time.
Business Intelligence, IBM Global Services Received on Wed May 07 2003 - 18:34:20 CEST