This page describes an older version of the product. The latest stable version is 15.2.

Transactions


XAP .NET provides an explicit transaction management programing model. It allows developers to easily write transactional code with the lowest overhead possible while minimizing the amount of hand-crafted code and separating it from the application hosting environment and instance management.


  • Transaction interface
    Transaction concept and API

  • Locking and Blocking
    Using optimistic and pessimistic locking to preserve the integrity of changes in a multi-user scenarios.

  • Read Modifiers
    XAP’s ExclusiveReadLock, ReadCommitted, DirtyRead, and RepeatableRead modifiers.

  • Optimistic Locking
    The optimistic locking protocol provides better performance and scalability when having concurrent access to the same data. Optimistic locking offers higher concurrency and better performance than pessimistic locking. It also avoids deadlocks.

  • Pessimistic Locking
    In the pessimistic locking approach, your program must explicitly obtain a lock using a transaction on one or more objects before making any changes.