Maintaining the integrity of distributed database.
Al-Lahaidan, Fahad A.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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The overall objective for distributed databases is that of sharing of data among several nodes. Increasing the number of users and the size of communication are two factors associated with distributed database systems. These factors, with others such as hardware, software and operations, are major factors which could originate threats to the distributed database integrity. Some discussion about these factors is presented. Maintaining the data integrity has become a critical problem in distributed database fields. The problem requires a clear and precise view; it needs an early determination for meeting user requirements for integrity, since each organization has its own priorities. This thesis examines integrity in general and presents some considerations and strategies to be spaced through different system levels, such as design, management, and operation and communication. The main idea of such approaches is to avoid the threats, or to reduce the risks.
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