Advances in Databases: 14th British National Conference on by R. M. Duwairi, N. J. Fiddian, W. A. Gray (auth.), Ron

By R. M. Duwairi, N. J. Fiddian, W. A. Gray (auth.), Ron Morrison, Jessie Kennedy (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 14th British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD 14, held in Edinburgh, uk, in July 1996.
The thirteen revised papers provided within the publication in complete model including invited talks and 3 commercial abstracts have been chosen from a complete of forty seven submissions concerning authors from 21 international locations. The papers incorporated are written through researchers and pros from academia and undefined; the amount is equipped in topical sections on object-oriented databases, integrity concerns, database functionality and optimization, and database languages.

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ProActive [12] and JavaSymphony [13] allow objects to be exposed to remote access dynamically. However, both subtly alter application threading semantics and force programmers to ensure referential integrity manually through their use of active objects [14]. This requires programmers to consider both application distribution and the middleware system’s threading model at class creation time in order to ensure that thread safety is retained after objects are exposed to remote access or migrated to other address-spaces.

Port Type. Port type is a one of two mechanisms for assuring semantic consistency of component assembly. One can think of port types as interfaces to the component functionality. Port types are used in typechecking deployment specifications, so that a required port and a provided port can be connected to each other only of their types match. The infrastructure may use a pluggable type system and each application may define its own custom type system. The minimal requirements on a typesystem are that it implements checks for subtypes and exposes proper typesystem interfaces defined by the infrastructure.

The deployer may choose to write the specification by hand, or to use a GUIbased path editing tool, which also serves as a user-friendly portal to the Replication Management Service. 4. Preparing deployment path. After the initial registration, the infrastructure is ready to accept deployment requests. First, a deployment specification for an application path is submitted for preparation to the Replication Management Service. This service performs initial validation and passes the deployment specification to the Replica Configuration Service.

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