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Re: The Fact of relational algebra (was Re: Clean Object Class Design -- What is it?)

From: <D_at_B.A>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 15:53:14 GMT
Message-ID: <Krqn7.3774$%u4.14918@www.newsranger.com>


In article <9nl4hf$ndq$1_at_wrath.news.nacamar.de>, Adrian Veith says...
>
>> You cannot write views with a non-relational oodb.

>I can write views as well, because the reference, that is returned by a
>query (more correct: the collection of references), can identify a real
>object, or an interface to one or more objects.

What is object view may I ask? (I'm asking that _after_ reading S.Abiteboul paper). Received on Tue Sep 11 2001 - 10:53:14 CDT

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