Adding ORN to the ODMG Standard for ODMSs
An object data management system (ODMS) allows objects created and manipulated in an object-oriented programming language to be made persistent and provides traditional database capabilities like concurrency control and recovery to manage access to these objects. An ODBMS, one type of ODMS, stores the objects directly in an object database. An object-to-database mapping (ODM), another type of ODMS, stores the objects in another database system representation, usually relational (Cattel et al., 2000).
KeywordsTarget Object Object Model Class Diagram Association Semantic Database Application
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