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Object v Record [message #362305] Mon, 01 December 2008 14:21 Go to next message
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What is difference between them?
Re: Object v Record [message #362311 is a reply to message #362305] Mon, 01 December 2008 14:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What are the likenesses?

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Re: Object v Record [message #362314 is a reply to message #362311] Mon, 01 December 2008 14:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What I found is they are same, exactly same. That is why I have this question.
Re: Object v Record [message #362316 is a reply to message #362314] Mon, 01 December 2008 14:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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In which context?
Because generally speaking:

object:

1. anything that is visible or tangible and is relatively stable in form.
2. a thing, person, or matter to which thought or action is directed: an object of medical investigation.
3. the end toward which effort or action is directed; goal; purpose: Profit is the object of business.
4. a person or thing with reference to the impression made on the mind or the feeling or emotion elicited in an observer: an object of curiosity and pity.
5. anything that may be apprehended intellectually: objects of thought.
6. Optics. the thing of which a lens or mirror forms an image.
7. Grammar. (in many languages, as English) a noun, noun phrase, or noun substitute representing by its syntactical position either the goal of the action of a verb or the goal of a preposition in a prepositional phrase, as ball in John hit the ball, Venice in He came to Venice, coin and her in He gave her a coin. Compare direct object, indirect object.
8. Computers. any item that can be individually selected or manipulated, as a picture, data file, or piece of text.
9. Metaphysics. something toward which a cognitive act is directed.


record:

1. an act of recording.
2. the state of being recorded, as in writing.
3. an account in writing or the like preserving the memory or knowledge of facts or events.
4. information or knowledge preserved in writing or the like.
5. a report, list, or aggregate of actions or achievements: He made a good record in college. The ship has a fine sailing record.
6. a legally documented history of criminal activity: They discovered that the suspect had a record.
7. something or someone serving as a remembrance; memorial: Keep this souvenir as a record of your visit.
8. the tracing, marking, or the like, made by a recording instrument.
9. something on which sound or images have been recorded for subsequent reproduction, as a grooved disk that is played on a phonograph or an optical disk for recording sound (audiodisk) or images (videodisk). Compare compact disk.
10. the highest or best rate, amount, etc., ever attained, esp. in sports: to hold the record for home runs; to break the record in the high jump.
11. Sports. the standing of a team or individual with respect to contests won, lost, and tied.
12. an official writing intended to be preserved.
13. Computers. a group of related fields, or a single field, treated as a unit and comprising part of a file or data set, for purposes of input, processing, output, or storage by a computer.
14. Law. a. the commitment to writing, as authentic evidence, of something having legal importance, esp. as evidence of the proceedings or verdict of a court.
b. evidence preserved in this manner.
c. an authentic or official written report of proceedings of a court of justice.

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as per my knowledge,


    we can create record only in PL/SQL block, which is temparary.
    Record can be created on Object, but reverse is not possible.

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