ObjectStore


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ObjectStore

An object database management system (ODBMS) for Windows, Linux and various Unix versions from the Real Time Division of Progress Software, Bedford, MA (www.progress.com/realtime). Used for storing C++ and Java objects natively, ObjectStore can also manage complex, in-memory structures in the database as an extension to main memory. Noted for its fast performance and reliability, ObjectStore supports clustering, backup and replication.
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MapBase has been built using an object oriented database management system ObjectStore (Lamb and Landis, 1991), which uses C++ as data definition and manipulation language.
“As a Canada-based service, ThinkOn's ObjectStore gives Storage Made Easy's clients a sovereign and convenient North American location without any Patriot Act issues.”
The ink had hardly dried on the deal before Apama was bundled with Progress's ObjectStore Division, and the whole unit had become Progress Real Time Division.
Meanwhile, companies such as ObjectStore (objectstore.com) and T3Ci (t3ci.com) are offering products to make RFID data streams meaningful.
Data management company, ObjectStore (an operating company of Progress Software) has announced ObjectStore RFID Accelerator, a data-management tool for RFID applications.
Under the terms of agreement Persistence will become part of ObjectStore, an operating company of PSC that provides products for real-time data management.
Libraries would pay for the license fees related to the ObjectStore database software, but would not pay for the Taos software itself.
Up to now, these objects were contained in an ObjectStore database from Object Design Inc.
We found that customers wanted to move closer to [real time] without disrupting those systems, and we saw that you could lay systems over the environment to help make that happen." Among its products are Stylus Studio, an XML developers' toolkit; XIS, an extensible information server; and ObjectStore, a data management performance product.
Due to its user-friendly query language it has been implemented by many commercial XML applications (Software AG's Tamino, ObjectStore's eXcelon, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.0).
The exact opposite of query shipping is data shipping, which is used in many object-oriented database systems (e.g., ObjectStore and [O.sub.2]).