Does anyone have a good/bad stories to report about the various OO
databases that are out there?
They seem promising, but I'd think if they were so good I'd see more
discussion about them in this newsgroup. Doesn't anyone use them?
>They seem promising, but I'd think if they were so good I'd see more
>discussion about them in this newsgroup. Doesn't anyone use them?
Object Databases in Practice Book (18 case studies written by users on 5
major OODBs - GemStone, O2, ObjectStore, Objectivity/DB and VERSANT).
OOPSLA '97 Workshop with my summary of users reporting their experiences.
There are links to other pages at the bottom of both those pages (e.g. OODB
benchmarks, OODB resources, etc.).
My research may also be of interest:
The PhD is obtainable from the British Library.
Wait for TAPOS next year (some of the papers from the OOPSLA workshop will
be published in a better form) and look out for another book of case studies
next year (hopefully).
Further discussion about OODBs can be found on comp.databases.object.
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