A Universal Database Definition


  • Eliminates designing rdb table structures to conform to object structures.
  • Accommodates arbitrary object structures: Object structures can be modified during runtime; design modifications; or code reuse.
  • Performs partial record updates (and full record updates, if necessary) to maintain data integrity.
  • Eliminates SQL to access data.
  • Integrates with existing rdb installations and/or desired rdb functionality.
  • Eliminates the need for multiple tables to encapsulate complicated data structures; reduces the complexity of SQL access; and eliminates table pollution in the database namespace.
  • Simple interface that can be easily integrated into existing code and new deployments.
  • Spools long strings into 512 length varchar segments.
  • Maintains internal object references
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