CTO 101 — S01: Database — Chap08: Object Oriented DBMS

CTO 101 — S01: Database — Chap08: Object Oriented DBMS

Object oriented DBMS or Object database and as the name says they combine database capabilities with object-oriented programming languages capabilities, this creates smoother collaboration between the database model and the application. The basic difference of this database with RDBMS is here data with all complex relations in objects get stored without defining any schema but there is no clear view of the data as a separate layer on database outside of the application.

Most Popular: Caché, Db4o, ObjectStore, Versant Object Database

Where to use:

  • Engineering Fields(spatial databases, telecommunications,…)
  • Scientific areas (high energy physics, molecular biology, …)
  • Real-time systems

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