Re: Object oriented database
Date: Sat, 01 Nov 2008 14:05:53 GMT
<patrick61z_at_yahoo.com> wrote in message
> On Oct 31, 12:10 pm, Eric <Eric.Ane..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Oct 31, 12:36 am, mrto..._at_tpg.com.au wrote:
>> > I am looking for people who have an interest in object oriented
>> > databases, primarily to share ideas or to find out end-user
>> That would be an exiting topic if there was an OO data model.
>> Unfortunately, that still does not exists. IMHO, relational theory
>> does not contradict any OO concepts and it would be possible to build
>> a truly relational (not SQL of course) database that would also be an
>> OODB but current OO database trends (since the late 80s) are flawed
>> implementations because they are not based on any data model.
>> Or do you mean to imply you are building an OODB that conforms to the
>> relational data model? That would be really, really exiting but I am a
>> skeptic. I think this will happen but it is too early. Maybe in
>> another 10 years...
> There IS an OO datamodel. Its exciting and new. You typically use it
> with the keywords 'new' and 'delete'. Otherwise they just become part
> of your programming language. You can make them remember things. Its
> fucking awesome.
This is satire, right? Received on Sat Nov 01 2008 - 15:05:53 CET