1 Distributed Transactions in Java


The Web frequently suffers from failures which can affect both the performance and consistency of applications running over it. For example, if a user purchases a cookie (a token) granting access to a newspaper site, it is important that the cookie is delivered and stored if the user’s account is debited; a failure could prevent either from occurring, and leave the system in an indeterminate state. For resources such as documents, failures may simply be annoying to users; for commercial services, they can result in loss of revenue and credibility.

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@inproceedings{Little19971DT, title={1 Distributed Transactions in Java}, author={Mark C. Little}, year={1997} }