UniSQL

UniSQL

An earlier object-oriented DBMS from Korea Computer Communications, (KCOM, Ltd.), Seoul, Korea. Developed by Dr. Kim Won at UniSQL, Inc. in Austin, Texas in 1991, KCOM acquired the source code and sales rights in 1997. UniSQL/X was a relational and object-oriented DBMS for Unix servers that provided SQL and object access to the database. UniSQL/M added object-oriented capability to SQL Server, Oracle, Ingres and other relational DBMSs.
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contains more information about the impact of query operators on caching.) Today, hybrid shipping is used in some database products such as UniSQL [D'Andrea and Janus 1996], application systems such as SAP R/3, database research prototypes such as ORION-2 [Jenq et al.
(4) CA-Jasmine http://www.cai.com/products/jasmine.htm; DB2 Universal Database http://www.ibm.com; Informix http://www.informix.com; ODB II http://www.datamation.com/PlugIn/inserts/FOSSI/ODB2/odb2main.html; Oracle http://www.oracle.com; Sybase http://www.sybase.com; and UniSQL http://www.unisql.com.
This seemingly oxymoronic task is actually quite possible, as recently demonstrated by the commercial availability of UniSQL, Inc.'s (Austin, Tex.) unified relational and object-oriented database system, UniSQL/X, the UniSQL/X database system supports the SQL/X query language which has been developed by extending ANSI Structured Query Language (DDL, DML & Query, and DCL) with natural support for classes, objects, arbitrary data types, methods, complex nested data structures, and multiple inheritance.