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By Hans -Peter Steiert, Jürgen Zimmermann (auth.), Suzanne M. Embury, Nicholas J. Fiddian, W. Alex Gray, Andrew C. Jones (eds.)

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This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the sixteenth British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD sixteen, held in Cardiff, Wales, united kingdom, In July 1998.
The eleven revised complete papers awarded including seven posters have been rigorously chosen for inclusion within the e-book. The papers are geared up in topical sections on middleware, existence cycles, photographs, heterogenity, and languages.

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6, right). When implementing the message state diagrams presented in this section we exploit the set-oriented operations of the RDBMS used. Every arc of the diagram can be implemented using one query. The state of all messages is updated to the new state, by using the old state as the qualification criterion in the WHERE clause of the update (or delete) operation. Notice that the order itself is not ensured by the isolation protocol. The messages are ordered on dequeue by using a sufficient order criterion along with the queries.

Every arc of the diagram can be implemented using one query. The state of all messages is updated to the new state, by using the old state as the qualification criterion in the WHERE clause of the update (or delete) operation. Notice that the order itself is not ensured by the isolation protocol. The messages are ordered on dequeue by using a sufficient order criterion along with the queries. In isolation level "none" or "ordered", all messages are sorted using their timestamp. If the isolation level is set to "blockwise", JPMQ orders the messages using the 'S/T' of the MID combined with a timestamp as an order criterion in the appropriate database queries.

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