Caché Distributed Data Management Guide
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
ECP
  1.1 ECP Features
1.2 Uses for ECP
1.3 ECP Architecture
1.3.1 Databases and Namespaces
1.3.2 ECP Application Servers and Data Servers
1.3.3 ECP Connections and Recovery
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 ECP Client/Server Compatibility
2.2 Configuring an ECP Data Server
2.2.1 Restricting ECP Application Server Access
2.2.2 Specifying ECP Privileges and Roles
2.3 Managing ECP Privileges
2.4 Configuring an ECP Application Server
2.5 Configuring ECP Remote Data Access
2.6 ECP Security Notes
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 ECP Connection Information
3.1.1 ECP Data Server Connections
3.1.2 ECP Application Server Connections
3.2 ECP Connection States
3.2.1 Application Server Connection States
3.2.2 Data Server Connection States
3.3 ECP Connection Operations
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 ECP Recovery
4.2 Forced Disconnects
4.3 Performance and Programming Considerations
4.3.1 Avoid Transactions Spanning Multiple Data Servers
4.3.2 ZSync Command Nonfunctional
4.3.3 Memory Use on Large ECP Systems
4.3.4 Temporary Globals
4.3.5 Multiple ECP Channels
4.3.6 Load-balanced Application Servers
4.3.7 Repeated References to Undefined Globals
4.3.8 The $Increment Function and Application Counters
4.4 ECP-related Errors
4.4.1 <NETWORK> Errors
4.4.2 Rollback Only Condition
 
Appendix A: 
  A.1 ECP Recovery Guarantees
A.1.1 In-order Updates Guarantee
A.1.2 ECP Lock Guarantee
A.1.3 Clusters Lock Guarantee
A.1.4 Rollback Guarantee
A.1.5 Commit Guarantee
A.1.6 Transactions and Locks Guarantee
A.1.7 ECP Rollback Only Guarantee
A.1.8 ECP Transaction Recovery Guarantee
A.1.9 ECP Lock Recovery Guarantee
A.1.10 $Increment Ordering Guarantee
A.1.11 ECP Sync Method Guarantee
A.2 ECP Recovery Limitations
A.2.1 ECP and Clusters $Increment Limitation
A.2.2 ECP Cache Liveness Limitation
A.2.3 ECP Routine Revalidation Limitation
A.2.4 Conflicting, Non-Locked Change Breaks Rollback
A.2.5 Journal Discontinuity Breaks Rollback
A.2.6 ECP Can Miss Error After Recovery
A.2.7 Partial Set or Kill Leads to Journal Mismatch
A.2.8 Loose Ordering in Cluster Failover or Restore
A.2.9 Dirty Data Reads When Cluster Slave Crashes
A.2.10 Dirty Data Reads in ECP Without Locking
A.2.11 Asynchronous TCommit Converts to Rollback