* Understand data storage
for composite objects.
* See comparisons of methodologies.
* Employ conversion of existing systems.
* Understand loosely-coupled vs. tightly-coupled
* Use internal data structures within object databases.
* Create new classes dynamically.
* Employ normalization and object database design.
* Use tools for distributed object systems.
* Understand artificial intelligence / intelligent databases.
* Resolve the pointer architecture problem.
two-day class is indispensable for anyone who wants to understand a
painless way to enter object technology. This very practical
seminar shows you how to apply object techniques to relational
databases and do it now. Through numerous in-class exercises, the
student will internalize the object paradigm and learn practical
approaches and constructs that allow legacy databases to function
within the scope of an object-oriented framework.
companies recognize the value of Object Technology, but are
reluctant to abandon their relational databases. However, the
benefits of object technology are so compelling that it is
necessary to fully understand polymorphism, encapsulation,
overloading and inheritance. When one strips away all of the
confusing acronyms and jargon, the object technology approach is
nothing more than a method, an approach to systems design which can
be implemented without any changes to existing software technology.
This seminar outlines the solution.
technology method heralds the next generation of database design.
Unlike today's architecture of one database with the "logic" buried
in hundreds of external programs, tomorrow's object-oriented
databases will store data, relationships between data, and the
behavior of the data. These "intelligent" databases will
revolutionize database systems development.
You Will Learn
day of this seminar will introduce the concepts of Object
Technology and give practical examples of how polymorphism,
encapsulation, overloading, and inheritance can be applied within
traditional business applications. Unlike other seminars, the
student will work through in-class exercises and internalize Object
Technology concepts. Factual benefits of Object Technology will be
described and the student will learn how to separate hype from
will cover the Relational/Object model and describe how the object
techniques can be applied to existing databases. The student will
understand basic object normalization techniques and the
differences from relational database design. This seminar will also
demonstrate how a C++ application can be modified to use a
other "overview" classes, this session will offer practical
examples from existing systems and show the student how object
technology can be applied to existing technology. Numerous in-class
exercises guide the students to a complete understanding of the
entire object paradigm, and the student will leave the course with
a practical, not theoretical, understanding of the object paradigm.
Actual code examples will show how Object Technology can be applied
to relational databases.
This course is designed for the working
Oracle professional and the amount of previous experience with
Oracle is incidental.
Previous experience with relational database management and SQL is
helpful, but this class is self-contained and has no formal