By Günther Pernul, Alexander W. Röhm, Gaby Herrmann (auth.), Johann Eder, Ivan Rozman, Tatjana Welzer (eds.)
The third japanese ecu convention on Advances in Databases and knowledge structures (ADBIS’99) happened on 13-16- September 1999, in Maribor, Slovenia. It used to be geared up in cooperation with ACM SIGMOD, the Moscow bankruptcy of ACM SIGMOD, Slovenian Society Informatika, and the Slovenian Ministry of know-how. the purpose of the ADBIS sequence of meetings is to supply a discussion board for the alternate of medical achievements and studies utilizing leading edge tools and methods among the study groups of vital and japanese Europe and the remainder of the area within the region of databases and knowledge platforms. The 1999 convention maintains the sequence of ADBIS occasions held in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Poznan. The ADBIS steerage committee has the ambition to make the ADBIS convention the preferable database and data structures convention in valuable and jap Europe, to extend interplay and collaboration among researchers from East and West, and to supply an the world over well-known discussion board for the presentation of analysis and reviews in all elements of contemporary database know-how and data structures. to accomplish those targets a world application committee chosen 26 complete examine papers in a rigorous reviewing technique from a complete of ninety four submissions from 33 various nations. This excessive variety of submissions from such a lot of various parts indicates the actually world wide attractiveness of and curiosity within the ADBIS series.
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Since system changes are required, we have suggested a diﬀerent approach , which is in fact more natural for Java. However, this proposal also requires some system changes. The fact that Java has the root object type (and so do Smalltalk and Eiﬀel), suggests the most natural approach to extending Java with orthogonal persistence. The persistence capabilities should be associated with the class Object. Since all other classes necessarily extend the class Object, orthogonality of persistence is immediate.
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Object is not equipped with attributes or methods name and salary. Note that this OQL style of accessing features of objects requires that those features are declared public in the Java classes. From the object-oriented prospective, this would be justiﬁed if those features are public methods. The fact is that in object-oriented database systems (O2 in particular), ﬁelds are often accessed directly. This violates the information hiding principles, but it makes objectoriented query languages closer to SQL.
Advances in Databases and Information Systems: Third East European Conference, ADBIS’99 Maribor, Slovenia, September 13–16, 1999 Proceedings by Günther Pernul, Alexander W. Röhm, Gaby Herrmann (auth.), Johann Eder, Ivan Rozman, Tatjana Welzer (eds.)