object-oriented database management system


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a database management system designed to manage an object-oriented database

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Progress Software is seeing significant interest from the commercial IS community in object-oriented database management systems," commented John Wark, vice president of marketing for Progress Software.
OSMOS is truly object-oriented database management system, supporting all key features of the object paradigm, including the storage of objects as the basic unit of information, object definition through the use of abstract data types and classes, encapsulation of structural and behavioral semantics via properties and operations, and inheritance, overriding and polymorphism.
0, ProtoSoft has integrated a new object repository based on the industry-leading ObjectStore object-oriented database management system (ODBMS) from Object Design Inc.
IDC), the market for relational, object-oriented database management systems is projected to reach $25.
MMA will leverage Object Design's best-of-breed object-oriented database management systems and tools, including eXcelon, the industry's first XML data server, to develop customized business solutions and Web applications for large corporations.
ONTOS, a pioneer in the field of object-oriented database management systems, is leveraging its expertise and unique capabilities in object technology as a means for large organizations to create an object cohesive enterprise -- a highly flexible and scalable information system (IS) infrastructure that at long last allows IS professionals, business managers, and their customers to speak the same language.
Ontos, a pioneer in the field of object-oriented database management systems, is leveraging its expertise and specific unique capabilities in object technology to develop a means for large organizations to create an object cohesive enterprise -- a highly flexible and scalable information systems (IS) infrastructure that at long last allows IS professionals and business managers to speak the same language.
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