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Can i have separate cache for commited and un-commited transactions

amit manchanda
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Paul Sturrock
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Are you asking if you can implement this, or if this is how it is implemented in a relational database?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Amit,
What are you caching? We don't cache transactions, just connection. A transaction is either opened or closed.


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