Subject Re: [ib-support] Why OODBMS never toppled RDBMS
Author Martijn Tonies
Hi Andrew,

Nice reading.

I would also add that most OODBMSses bind you to a particular
language and that most RDBMSses are actually SQL DBMSses... :)

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird

Upscene Productions

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> Not quite on topic, but it does follow a thread from last week.
> Why did Object-oriented database systems never catch on? This is
> SAP's take on it, but makes sense:
> The argument is that the app server middle tier became the thing that
> handles the complexity, eliminating the need for overly feature-
> burdoned OODBMS.
> Regards,
> Andrew Ferguson
> -- Nine of out ten computers prefer Andrew.