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Transaction Using ACID Properties Timestamp Protocol and Security Procedures – Part 2

How should timestamps be used? The timestamp order protocol ensures that two conflicting read / write operations are executed in the corresponding timestamp order. It is an alternative solution to the use of locks. For Reading operations: If TS (T) is < W timestamp (P), transaction T attempts to read a value of P data that has already been overwritten......

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