On Aug 21, 2007, at 1:55 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:
Jim Fulton wrote at 2007-8-20 10:32 -0400:
Application specific conflict resolution
would become a really difficult task.
I'm sure you realize that application specific conflict resolution
No, I do not realize this.
Assume a counter which is not read only incremented/decremented.
Its "application specific conflict resolution" ensures
that the schedule is serializable restricted to the counter value.
Things are much more complex when the counter is read (and
Usually, serializability is lost, then.
I should have been more precise. When application-level conflict
resolution is used, then the database is no-longer providing
serializability. It is up to the application to do so (or to provide
"correctness" in some other way.
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