By Hans -Peter Steiert, Jürgen Zimmermann (auth.), Suzanne M. Embury, Nicholas J. Fiddian, W. Alex Gray, Andrew C. Jones (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixteenth British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD sixteen, held in Cardiff, Wales, united kingdom, In July 1998.
The eleven revised complete papers provided including seven posters have been conscientiously chosen for inclusion within the e-book. The papers are geared up in topical sections on middleware, existence cycles, pictures, heterogenity, and languages.
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Because all this has to be done within a single transaction (in order to avoid loss of messages), non-qualifying but read messages axe not accessible to other application programs until commit, so concurrency is reduced in most cases. , within the dequeue operation. Providing this feature in J P M Q was no problem, because the message structure may serve as a foundation for the specification and evaluation of selection predicates. Thus, we introduce the "selective dequeue" operation. It accepts a "selection predicate" (SP), which (again) is specified in an OQL-like style.
JPMQ creates main memory hash tables using the records representing references to ease the transformation of external storage references to Java references. Messages are held in a generic structure within the Java virtual machine. 4 U s i n g Java Our decision for Java(J8) as the implementation platform stems from several features of this programming language and its run-time system. The tight integration of the Java environment into the Internet is just one of the more important features. With the concepts of RMI (remote method invocation 17) along with object serialization as standards for Java, the gaps between JPMQ and applications are easily bridged in a portable manner.
RMI--Remote Methode Invocation. 1/docs/guide/rmi/ (March 1998) 18. -P. Steiert, J. Zimmermann: JPMQ--An Advanced Persistent Message Queuing Service (internal report). *, Brian Lings 2, and BjSrn Lundell I 1 University of SkSvde, Sweden, Department of Computer Science (bjorn. lundell@ida, his. se) 2 University of Exeter, UK, Department of Computer Science (brian@dcs. exeter, ac. uk) Abstract. In this paper we address aspects of traceability in Information Systems design, particularly with those methodologies utilizing rich, and possibly multiple (behavioural) models.