Re: Object-relational impedence
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 10:36:24 +0100
On Mon, 3 Mar 2008 23:03:41 +0000, Eric wrote:
No. OO stands for modeling, that might include data being modeled or
serving as models. It also might mean absence of data. In short, data are
>> There is indeed more to it than that. OO and RDB are both strategies
>> for partitioning data.
>> However, the motivation behind the partitioning
>> is completely different. OO partitions data based on the way a
>> particular application will process that data. RDBs partition data
>> based on how many different applications will need to access that data.
> No, RDBs partition data so that it is sensibly and easily available to
> any possible application. So if you use OO you are saying "there will
> never be any other application that will need my data".
No. OO stands for modeling, that might include data being modeled or serving as models. It also might mean absence of data. In short, data are irrelevant.
No, it is engineering which says so. It translates as "put the requirements first," or simpler "pigs do not fly."
-- Regards, Dmitry A. Kazakov http://www.dmitry-kazakov.deReceived on Tue Mar 04 2008 - 10:36:24 CET