Object-Relational Mapping Articles
Object-relational mapping products integrate object programming language capabilities with relational databases managed by Oracle, DB2, Sybase, and other relational database managers. Object-relational mapping products are designed to work well with object programming languages such as C#, C++, and Java. These articles provide a background on object-relational mapping products and their use.
In addition to the articles listed below, be sure to check out the database concepts and standards articles. Many of these database concepts apply to all forms of database management systems: relational (RDBMS), object (ODBMS), XML (XDBMS), and others as well as object-relational mapping and XML-mapping products.
- Object-Relational Mapping (OR Mapping) Definition
- When Object-Relational Mapping Should Be Used
- Basic Concepts for Using Object-Relational Mapping
- Mapping Layer
- Writing Your Own Mapping Layer
- Using Existing Relational Schema
- Type Codes
- Using Type Codes to Construct Classes
- Multi-Type Views
- Checking the Class Hierarchy
- Adding Method Code
- Using the Data
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