International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology
This paper contains content with the investigating the performance implications of providing transaction atomicity for a deadline real time applications operating on distributed data. Considering the entire commit protocols and discussing all phases of the commit protocols and examine their working model over different aspects of distributed database. Implementing Distributed Real Time DataBase System (DRTDBS) content which must be design on all level of database architecture to support timely execution of request. The enormous progress in applications of distributed database systems necessitates formulation of an efficient atomic commitment protocol. The efficiency of these protocols is vital when higher transaction throughput is to be supported.