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How does concurrency control the scheme of DBMS?

Regarding transaction in the context of RDBMS: How does concurrency control the scheme of DBMS?
Oracle uses something called a System Change Number; when a transaction occurs, the database retrieves the current system change number and all data that is used within that transaction is consistent to the System Change Number.
This was first published in September 2002

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