By Eliezer A. Albacea (auth.), Kanchana Kanchanasut, Jean-Jacques Lévy (eds.)
This quantity constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1995 Asian Computing technological know-how convention, ACSC ninety five, held in Pathumthani, Thailand in December 1995.
The 29 absolutely revised papers offered have been chosen from a complete of 102 submissions; in actual fact the vast majority of the partaking researchers come from South-East Asian nations, yet there's additionally a robust foreign part. the amount displays learn actions, fairly by means of Asian laptop technology researchers, in numerous parts. certain realization is paid to algorithms, wisdom illustration, programming and specification languages, verification, concurrency, networking and disbursed platforms, and databases.
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3 Transaction Business Logic An overview of the business logic for each transaction is given below. The descriptions focus on the database activity that each transaction performs, as these are the most expensive operations. Essentially each action below represents an SQL operation. Exception cases are not described, even though these are handled in the application. • Create Account − Get a new account key − Insert a new SubAccount record for the new subscriber • Update Account − Update the subscriber’s credit record in the SubAccount table • QueryById − Use the supplied stock identifier to retrieve the current, high and low values from the StockItem table using the primary key • QueryByCode − Use the supplied stock code identifier to retrieve the current, high and low values from the StockItem table • BuyStock − Read the SubAccount table to retrieve the credit limit for the subscriber, and ensure they have sufficient credit to make the purchase − Read the StockItem table to retrieve the current price of the stock the subscriber wishes to purchase − If the subscriber has not purchased this stock item before, insert a new record in the StockHolding table to reflect the purchase.
The cache stub contains logic to assure that it is serialized in the correct form when passed via an RMI method. When passed to a client, the cache stub causes the sending of either an entire cache template or a partial cache template, consisting only of the cache stub and stub for server consistency manager. For example, if the cache stub is being sent to the RMI name registry, then the partial cache template is sent. Clients then receive the partial cache template when they lookup the object from the name registry.
However, if a cache stub is received on the server, its deserialization routine will use the ID of the cached object to determine if it resides on the server. If so, it will allow itself to directly access the consistency manager for that object, thus avoiding unnecessary communication overhead. The classes for the cache stub, client consistency manager, cache object, and stub for server consistency manager must be created for each class of object being cached. To facilitate the creation of the appropriate classes, we have developed suitable code generators.