Subject: Re: [boost] Boost library submission (poll for interest)
From: Stefan Strasser (strasser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-01-06 03:24:58
Am Tuesday 05 January 2010 21:21:29 schrieb vicente.botet:
> With your library, there are alreasy 3 libraries under construction
> providing a transactional service (Boost.STLdb, Boost.Persistent and
> TBoost.STM). The ideal would be to have a single transactional framework
> with several transactional resources, e.g shared memory resource
> (Boost.STLdb), persistent resource (Boost.Persistent ), in memory resource
> (Boost.STM). If I'm not wrong Boost.Persistent contains already a Ressource
> concept. I would like to see how this transactional framework can be made
> generic so the three libraries can share the same transaction. Stefan, Bob,
> are you interesteed in participating on such a framework?
sure, this is what I tried by defining the concepts, although I was never sure
if those are sufficient for all conceivable transactional resources.
what's still missing from there is an interface to conduct transactions which
involve more than 1 resource, e.g. something like this in Berkeley:
(what they call a "local transaction manager" I call a "resource manager", and
what they call a "global transaction manager" I call a "transaction manager")
we'd also have to find common ground on what Bob calls I think
a "row_level_lock_contention" and I call an "isolation_exception", and I'm
sure there is the equivalent in Boost.STM.
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