Advanced Transaction Models and Architectures by Devashish Worah, Amit Sheth (auth.), Sushil Jajodia, Larry

By Devashish Worah, Amit Sheth (auth.), Sushil Jajodia, Larry Kerschberg (eds.)

Motivation Modem organizations depend on database administration structures (DBMS) to assemble, shop and deal with company facts, that's thought of a strategic company re­ resource. lately, with the proliferation of private pcs and departmen­ tal computing, the fad has been in the direction of the decentralization and distribution of the computing infrastructure, with autonomy and accountability for info now dwelling on the departmental and workgroup point of the association. clients wish their facts brought to their computers, letting them incor­ porate information into their own databases, spreadsheets, be aware processing document­ uments, and most significantly, into their day-by-day projects and actions. they need that allows you to percentage their details whereas keeping keep watch over over its entry and distribution. There also are pressures from company leaders who desire to use info know-how as a strategic source in providing really expert value-added prone to clients. Database expertise is getting used to regulate the knowledge linked to company techniques and actions. more and more, the information being controlled aren't easily formatted tables in relational databases, yet all kinds of ob­ jects, together with unstructured textual content, pictures, audio, and video. therefore, the database administration companies are being requested to increase the services of DBMS to incorporate object-relational versions in addition to complete object-oriented database guy­ agement systems.

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Also, our discussion is suggestive of the need to look for solutions beyond ATMs for addressing reliability issues in WFMSs. 7 TYPES OF TRANSACTIONS IN THE REAL-WORLD: BEYOND DATABASE TRANSACTIONS As practicing researchers, the idea of using related transaction models for modeling workflows was appealing to us. , 1993]. There are few, if any, examples of successes in developing systems that implement ATMs for significant commercial, large-scale multi-system applications. Requirements of such applications include: 1.

Object Reques1 Br<*n ~~~·~············~·~s· r-~: ~ / . . ~ ~~ ~ ~ - . ... .. \ . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . :i::: :0= ; t : ... 1 ~'-=M ! : ...... ~. ""','~ . , S ~ bo. ~ ......................... -...................... , ............................... 1 System Schematic for the Recovery Framework in ORBWork In METEOR2, the workflow process that defines the overall organizational process is captured in the form of a workflow map that is specified by a workflow designer.

Others see the roots of workflow management in the work of imaging companies [Frye, 1994]. , 1991, Nodine and Zdonik, 1990]. The Workflow Management Coalition [Hollinsworth, 1996] suggests no less than six areas that have had a direct influence on the development of workflow management as it is today: image processing, document management, electronic mail and directories, groupware, transactional systems, project support applications, business process re-engineering, and structured system design tools.

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