Storing Lots of Fiddly Bits (was Re: What is XML for?)
paul at prescod.net
Fri Feb 5 05:22:06 GMT 1999
"Borden, Jonathan" wrote:
> ...[lots and lots] ... and then ...
> So lets compare apples to apples. Which data access API do you wish to use?
I don't want an API. I want layers of objects. At the bottom level I have
either storage objects or records in a table. At the higher layers I have
abstractions over those objects. Using objects I can build a 1-tier,
2-tier, 3-tier or n-tier system. I can have as many levels of business
rules and clients and servers as I need. I can also query objects and
build object schemas using standardized, multiply-implemented languages.
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
"Remember, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did,
but she did it backwards and in high heels."
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