[xquery-talk] Finding a XML-Database to fit our needs

Ilya Sterin sterini at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 23:59:16 PST 2007

Ok, point taken, but please explain how you can achieve data
consistency without granular locking without having to chunk your
large data sets that conform to a unified schema into multiple pieces
that facilitate such concurrent access?


On Dec 16, 2007 7:08 PM, John Snelson <john.snelson at oracle.com> wrote:
> Ilya,
> Ilya Sterin wrote:
> >> Concurrent inserts and updates.
> >
> > The only native database that allows node level locking granularity
> > that is required for concurrent updates, is RainingData's TigerLogic.
> We've discussed this before, so I'll suffice to point out yet again that
> this isn't true. Node level locking is not required for concurrent
> updates, and Berkeley DB XML can have a sub-document granularity of locking.
> John
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