ODBMS


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ODBMS

(Object DataBase Management System) See object database.
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ODBMS or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for managing financial and human resource data, such as SAP, Epicor, Infor, and Oracle, have proliferated during the past 20 years.
Under the agreement Coexis will embed Objectivity's ODBMS product within its Syn~ transaction processing system for international capital markets.
Ardent, a Westboro, Massachusetts-based data warehousing and metadata company has struggled to find a convincing reason for its customers to move over to the O2 object database management system (ODBMS) ever since its acquisition in September 1997 (CI No 3,240).
Ardent Software has launched the Academic Partner Program, providing software, training and the support resources needed for instruction and research using Ardent's 02 ODBMS. Designed for higher education institutions, the program gives students and faculty access to Ardent's advanced object-oriented software, and is available for single classrooms or entire campuses.
As Bowman[14] says, "an ODBMS must uniquely define objects in a way that is independent of object location, properties and structure".