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Assessment Task on Transaction Processing Systems

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This assessment task deals with the analysis of transaction processing systems (TPS), in particular point-of-sale systems (POS) and EFTPOS.

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Money Economy Finance Payment systems E-commerce Merchant services Debit cards Retailing EFTPOS Payment terminal Point of sale Transaction processing system
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Money Economy Finance Payment systems E-commerce Merchant services Debit cards Retailing EFTPOS Payment terminal Point of sale Transaction processing system
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A transaction is a unit of work composed of a sequence of events. All actions performed by all events must succeed for the transaction to be committed permanently. If any single event within a transaction fails, then all events within the transaction are aborted or rolled back. Commonly each event within a transaction alters data within a database. In essence a transaction may be described as a series of events important to an organisation that involve: ➢ A request ➢ An acknowledgement ➢ An action ➢ An outcome. The use of such transactions are associated with transaction processing systems (TPS). These systems are crucial to the operation of most finance, banking and electronic commerce or...
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