Objects, Databases and the Myth of Serialization

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BANGALORE, INDIA: Authors quite commonly - and incorrectly - refer to the process of serialization as part of what is happening when an object database stores an object or object graph.


Given the complexity of today’s data systems, articles continue to be written offering solutions to data management challenges using objects and object databases. Such papers typically focus on the ways in which object graphs are stored and made available to the application space.

Put simply, object graphs provide the application with a means to store and retrieve object instances and a structure within which to save the state of its objects at a particular moment in time.

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