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Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, International (2005)
Montreal, Canada
July 25, 2005 to July 27, 2005
ISSN: 1098-8068
ISBN: 0-7695-2404-4
pp: 357-368
Christian S. Jensen , Aalborg University
David Lomet , Microsoft Research
Richard T. Snodgrass , University of Arizona
Our goal is to support transaction-time functionality that enables the coexistence of ordinary, non-temporal tables with transaction-time tables. In such a system, each transaction updating a transaction-time or snapshot table must include a timestamp for its updated data that correctly reflects the serialization order of the transactions, including transactions on ordinary tables. A serious issue is coping with SQL CURRENT_TIME functions, which should return a time consistent with a transaction?s timestamp and serialization order. Prior timestamping techniques cannot support such functions with this desired semantics. We show how to compatibly extend conventional database functionality for transaction-time support by exploiting the database system lock manager and by utilizing a spectrum of optimizations.
Christian S. Jensen, David Lomet, Richard T. Snodgrass, "Using the Lock Manager to Choose Timestamps", Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, International, vol. 00, no. , pp. 357-368, 2005, doi:10.1109/IDEAS.2005.53
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