September 9, 2008

PostgreSQL's Transaction Model

Author: JT Smith

A database must always be ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) compliant. Databases comply with ACID requirements through the concept of transactions. In this article by Jonathan Gardner, we will see the differences in the transaction model of PostgreSQL and Oracle. We will look into the details of how PostgreSQL handles transactions and how it can be advantageous over Oracle's Transaction Model.

Link: packtpub.com

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  • Databases
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