Design Issues for Persistent Java: a type-safe, object-oriented, orthogonally persistent system

@inproceedings{McGilton1996DesignIF,
  title={Design Issues for Persistent Java: a type-safe, object-oriented, orthogonally persistent system},
  author={McGilton and James Gosling},
  year={1996}
}
The object-oriented programming language Java is receiving much attention and is likely to become a popular commercial programming language because of its regular structure, safety features and modern constructs. It presents a novel opportunity, because of this safety and potential popularity, to make orthogonal persistence defined by reachability widely… CONTINUE READING