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The Object Data Standard
 
 

The Object Data Standard, 1st Edition

ODMG 3.0

 
The Object Data Standard, 1st Edition,ISBN9781558606470
 
 
 

Morgan Kaufmann

9781558606470

280

235 X 187

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USD 83.95
 
 

Key Features

* Presents authoritative, completely up-to-date information not available anywhere else.
* Documents all the changes found in version 3.0, including enhancements to the Java language binding, greater semantic precision, and various improvements and corrections throughout the standard.
* Pays special attention to the broadening of the standard to support recent developments in object-to-database mappings (ODMs) that allow objects to be stored in relational databases.
* Provides a way to write Java, C++, or Smalltalk code that works with the entire spectrum of database products, while taking full advantage of your organization's preferred platform.
* Continues to cover everything retained from version 2.0, including key details relating to C++, Smalltalk, and Object Query Language.
* Establishes a level of stability for this increasingly important specification.

Description

This isn't a book about the Object Data Standard; it's the complete,
fully authoritative version of the standard itself, presented by the
researchers who developed it. This book provides all the details
comprising ODMG 3.0, making the latest version of the specification
the most mature and most flexible yet.

When it comes to storing objects in databases, ODMG 3.0 is a
standard with which you need to be familiar-whether you design,
develop, or implement object database products, object-to-relational
database mapping products, or applications based on these products.

Readership

Database administrators and developers.

The Object Data Standard, 1st Edition

Preface




1. Overview


1.1 Background

1.2 Major Components

1.3 Participants

1.4 History and Status





2. Object Model


2.1 Introduction

2.2 Types: Specifications and Implementations

2.3 Objects

2.4 Literals

2.5 The Full Built-in Type Hierarchy

2.6 Modeling State-Properties

2.7 Modeling Behavior-Operations

2.8 Metadata

2.9 Locking and Concurrency Control

2.10 Transaction Model

2.11 Database Operations





3. Object Specification Languages


3.1 Introduction

3.2 Object Definition Language

3.3 Object Interchange Format





4. Object Query Language


4.1 Introduction

4.2 Principles

4.3 Query Input and Result

4.4 Dealing with Object Identity

4.5 Path Expressions

4.6 Undefined Values

4.7 Method Invoking

4.8 Polymorphism

4.9 Operator Composition

4.10 Language Definition

4.11 Syntactical Abbreviations

4.12 OQL Syntax





5. C++ Binding


5.1 Introduction

5.2 C++ ODL

5.3 C++ OML

5.4 C++ OQL

5.5 Schema Access

5.6 Example





6. Smalltalk Binding


6.1 Introduction

6.2 Smalltalk ODL

6.3 Smalltalk OML

6.4 Smalltalk OQL

6.5 Schema Access

6.6 Future Directions





7. Java Binding


7.1 Introduction

7.2 Java ODL

7.3 Java OML

7.4 Java OQL

7.5 Property File



Appendices




Comparison with the OMG Object Model


A.1 Introduction

A.2 Purpose

A.3 Components and Profiles

A.4 Type Hierarchy

A.5 The ORB Profile

A.6 Other Standards Groups


Biographies

Index
 
 
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