IJSER Home >> Journal >> IJSER
International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research
ISSN Online 2229-5518
ISSN Print: 2229-5518 3    
Website: http://www.ijser.org
scirp IJSER >> Volume 3,Issue 3,March 2012
A Distributed Transaction Model for a Multi- database Management System
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.98-I01  
Omar Baakeel, Abdulaziz Alrashidi
— Database management system (DBMS), distributed transaction, transaction management, transaction network
This paper examines the distributed transaction issues that are present in multi-database management systems (DBMSs) and how the distributed transaction in database technology differs from other distributed processing systems. Some common issues that arise with the distribution of transactions over a multi-DBMS while dealing with concurrency control and recovery are highlighted, such as site failure, network failure, and time failure. This study proposes an exceptional distributed transaction model for processing transaction queries in multi-DBMS based on the idea that a complete database can be constructed at any stage
[1] M. Gupta, A. Neogi, M. K. Agarwal, and G. Kar, “Discovering dynamic dependencies in enterprise environments for problem determination,“ In Proceedings of the 14th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Distributed Systems: Operations and Management, volume 2867 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 221–232. Springer, October 2003.

[2] C. Bessiere and I. Brito, “Asynchronous Backtracking without Adding Links: A New Member in the ABT Family,” pp. 7-24, 2005.

[3] S. Al-Maqtari, H. Abdulrab, and A. Nosary, “Constraint Programming and Multi-Agent System mixing approach for agricultural Decision Support System,” in Emergent Properties in Natural and Artificial Dynamical Systems, pp. 199-213, 2006.

[4] M. Sami, and A. Habib, “Controller-Agent based approach for Solving Distributed Constraint Problem,” LITIS Lab. – INSA of Rouen – France, 2006.

[5] C. Qiming, and D. Umesh, “Multi-Agent Cooperative Transactions for E-Commerce,” USA. Vol 2, pp, 33-37, 2007.

Untitled Page