Architectures That Use Object Database Products
This section provides a background on architectures that use object database products. First, an architecture for stand-alone applications is described. This also serves as a basis for the second architecture which shows how object databases can enhance access to existing data sources. This has sometimes been described as a "persistent cache" of data for C++ or Java applications. It can be particularly useful for enhancing the performance of middle-tier applications in websites and for using XML. For more information, see the related content below.
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- Object-Oriented Database Management System (OODBMS) Definition
- When an Object Database Should Be Used
- ODBMS FAQ
- Caching for Object Database Management Systems
- Everyday Uses of Object Databases
- ODBMS Myths
- Object Database Problems?
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