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Here I like to implement a data base component, through which the programmers can easily interact with the database in a distributed environment.
There is no need for the users to know where the database is, and the type of database application.
This component can accept a universal query from the user and then it will finout where the database is situated and transfer that query to that remote station.
In the receiving side the query will be processed and the result will be transfered back .
The major problems that can occur in this transactions are
1.Dead lock
2.Synchronization( Internal or external)
3.Query Processing
4.Crash recovery etc
If we can solve these issues, then it will be a great help for the programmers in the Distributed environment.

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In a Nutshell, DataBase Components...

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Jun 21 2016 — Jul 21 2016

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Jul 21 2015 — Jul 21 2016

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