|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Architect] Database corruption...|
|Author||Ann W. Harrison|
At 07:21 PM 5/8/2004, Geoff Worboys wrote:
>I accept that it may be slow but for my purposes the mostActually, no. Or at least no more than the management of
>significant reason for system like Firebird is data integrity.
>If it lets me break integrity it is not doing its job.
>I suspect that this aspect begins to have impact on another
>thread going on here at the moment - as to whether DDL should
>occur in the same transaction as DML etc. In order for DDL
>to be validated against existing data it must "see" all
>relevant existing data - which implies involvement with DML