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Collections and arrays for the busy Java developer
Collections and arrays for the busy Java developer
Collections and arrays introduce new levels of complexity to the structured objects first discussed in The busy Java developer's guide to db4o: Beyond simple objects. Fortunately, db4o isn't the least bit fazed by handling multiplicity relationships -- and neither should you be.
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Transactions, distribution and security with Java db4o
Transactions, distribution and security with Java db4o
Java developers can get a lot of mileage out of storing objects directly in an object-oriented database like db4o. Learn how db4o handles three concerns central to Java enterprise development: transactions, distributed data management, and Web application security.
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Structured objects and collections with Java db4o
Structured objects and collections with Java db4o
In this installment of The busy Java developer's guide to db4o, discover the surprising ease (and power) of using inheritance as a core feature when creating queries in db4o.
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Beyond Simple Objects in Java db4o
Beyond Simple Objects in Java db4o
So far, creating objects and manipulating them in db4o looks pretty easy -- maybe a little too easy, in fact. In this article, db4o enthusiast Ted Neward shows you what happens when simple objects become structured ones (that is, objects that reference objects) and issues like infinite recursion, cascading behavior, and referential integrity come into play.
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