This section, which provides the basic concepts for using object-relational mapping, begins with DBMS concepts that apply to any type of database. Then the basics of the object and relational models are covered, the object and relational models are compared, and the mapping layer is described.
- Basic Concepts for Using a DBMS
- Object Model Concepts
- Relational Model Concepts
- Comparing Object and Relational Models
- Mapping Layer
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