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Posted Friday, June 27, 2003 12:00 AM


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Posted Sunday, August 3, 2003 8:51 PM
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Hi there

The advent of OO databases has been a bit of a shammozel really, and to some degree the main architects (Microsoft, IBM, Oracle) have been guilty of not persuing the technoligies heavily enough. I have a OO DBMS book written some 8 years ago with very thorough mathmatical models and associated structures, so the thinking is certainly mature, but the process of interconnecting existing systems, providers, (the query engines - aka the human) is a different story that has struggled somewhat.

I wouldnt mind some articles on CACHE (OO DB supposedly), and others around. The life of OO and of course the movement into real "intelligence" in databases themselves and perhaps AI, is really dependent on an underling Hardware revolution; that (somehow) supports all the existing human and machine interactions we have grown up with.

Thanks for the article btw - ive probably gone off track myself :)

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Posted Monday, August 4, 2003 7:14 AM


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FMS and DBMS are moving together. Oracle has already tried it. Microsoft is now doing so as well (note the date is 2002 on the following article):

http://news.com.com/2009-1017-857509.html

It's been talked about for awhile about Microsoft going to a SQL Server based file system. Longhorn may bring about that reality. More (from an article dated today Aug 4):

http://news.com.com/2100-1016_3-5058990.html?tag=fd_lede2_hed



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Well, this is not a comment on the artcle.
But why do I see this as today's headline on the homepage when it is obviously from June?

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Hi Brian

Good point actually, Oracle iFS (probably renamed) is an interesting piece of technology, especially the customisable render routines when sucking files in a out of the iFS repository. At the same time, its an expensive file system option, and standard doc management systems may be feeling the bite here (perhaps).

Interesting times.

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