[DB-SIG] Persistent Storage of Objects
Andrew M. Kuchling
Mon, 3 Apr 2000 17:08:23 -0400 (EDT)
glinds - Greg Lindstrom writes:
>Are there examples out there (storage of objects), other than the one
>given in the back of the paper? Has this concept (saving objects)
>become the status quo?
It doesn't seem like it; Joel Shprentz's paper discusses mapping
Python to a relational DB, and that seems to be about it. Recently I
played around with the idea a bit before moving on to other things.
I wonder if writing some standard framework for this sort of thing
would be a useful task for the DB-SIG?
(This is actually a good question; the DB-SIG is rather quiet these
days, with only occasional specific questions about a particular DB
module. Should the SIG be doing something such as an object->relation
mapper? A ODMG binding for Python? Thoughts?)
Chris Petrilli's pointer to the ZODB is also a good idea; while it's
Python-specific, and hence not suitable if there's some external
database that you must interface to. But it would be fine as an
embedded database inside a standalone application.
A.M. Kuchling http://starship.python.net/crew/amk/
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