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  1. Ensuring Data Integrity with Best Practices Best Practices
    ACID Properties:Transactions uphold the ACID properties, which are fundamental guarantees for data reliability:Atomicity: Either all operations in a transaction succeed
  2. Demystifying Unit Testing for Databases: Roles of Databases, Unit Testing, and Transactions
    Databases:Imagine a database as a digital filing cabinet. It stores information in a structured way, with tables, rows, and columns
  3. Ensuring Data Consistency: Non-Repeatable Reads and Phantom Reads in Oracle
    Here's a breakdown of the problems and how they differ:Non-Repeatable Read:Transaction A (yours) reads a piece of data.Transaction B (another user) updates the same data
  4. Understanding and Using Transactions in Your Android Database (SQLite)
    In Android development, when working with SQLite databases (the most common type on Android), transactions allow you to group multiple database operations (inserts
  5. Transactions and Locking Demystified: Optimistic vs. Pessimistic Locking for Smooth Database Updates
    Locking: Imagine a database record as a file. Locking means temporarily restricting access to that file while someone is working on it
  6. Beyond Backups: The Importance of Redo Logs for Reliable MySQL Recovery
    Purpose of Redo Logs and Binlogs:Redo Log (InnoDB): Tracks physical changes made to data pages in InnoDB tables. Ensures data consistency after a server crash by replaying these changes during recovery