Impedance Mismatch When Mapping from a Relational Database

Impedance mismatch occurs when you need to map objects used in an application to tables stored in a relational database. This mapping is illustrated in the figure below. Mapping objects to tables and vice versa creates a performance disadvantage when you have complex data. For mapping details, see . .

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