Re: The Terrific Trio

From: H. S. Lahman <>
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2008 15:35:51 GMT
Message-ID: <rVUyj.9558$C1.2715_at_trnddc07>

Responding to Badour...

>>> I've been mulling over the discussion about mixing OO and DB, with
>>> an eye
>>> towards coming up with a system that permits an object world and a
>>> relational schema to interact and collaborate productively. So far,
>>> I've
>>> got three components that each cover a piece of the territory.
>> Why? It seems to me the existing technologies are more than adequate.
>> The RAD IDEs and layered model infrastructures already have CRUD/USER
>> processing well covered.
>> For non-CRUD/USER applications one can abstract the existing RDB
>> paradigm once in a subsystem. Then one can reuse that subsystem across
>> applications by simply providing an application-specific interface
>> (think: Facade pattern) and an external configuration file to map
>> identity through that interface.

> What a dumb idea! By what measure is that supposed to be better than 
> application views?!? I am sticking with CURLY!

Design reuse, implementation reuse, enhanced productivity, reduced defects, and storage paradigm transparency.

There is nothing wrong with me that could
not be cured by a capful of Drano.

H. S. Lahman
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Received on Mon Mar 03 2008 - 16:35:51 CET

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