Distributed DBA, Changes to the Cursor Stability Isolation Level: Part 2
Understanding Currently Committed behavior
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Date archived: February 23, 2017 | First published: April 30, 2010
In this column, Roger Sanders discusses the Currently Committed semantics introduced in DB2 9.7, and shows how these semantics provide faster data access and increased data concurrency for SQL statements running under the CS isolation level.
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