not natively, however there is no reason you cannot implement something
yourself. I recently developed an ORDB using SQL Server for an Enterprise
Information management application and it worked extremely well - supporting
upto 18,000 users and 3,000 concurrent. We were able to scale this across
five geographically dispered hubs, and because of features within SQL Server
such as schema replication and linked servers we were able to take advantage
of object relational structures.
Trevor Dwyer - SQL Server MVP
> Hi, all
> First of all, thanks for reading this message.
> Have you ever heard about O
ODB or ORDB?
> People say Oracle DBMS already support this function as ORDB function.
> Then, my question is MS-SQL2000 support them also.
> Please clear answer for my question.
> Thanks again