Distributed University Registration Database System Using Oracle 9i

sana jabbar al-yaseri


In database and information systems, increasing attention has been focused lately on parallel and distributed database systems. The future of large database systems lies into the realm of distributed computing. The main reason for this is that distributed computing can be constructed at a low cost without the need for any specialized technology, using existing sequential computers and relatively cheap computer networks. The basic motivations for distributed databases are improved performance, increased availability, share ability, expandability, and access flexibility. Oracle9i is one of the most famous database management systems that provide distributed features. Oracle9i supports transparent distributed gains to access data from multiple databases. It also provides many other distributed features, such as transparent distributed transactions and transparent automatic two-phase commit. This paper presents a distributed registration database system using Oracle9i distributed features such as replication and fragmentation. The analysis and design steps of the distributed registration database system are shown as well as to the practical steps required for implementing the distributed database system using Oracle9i.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/cis.v3n1p59

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