O-O, What Have They Done to DB2?

  title={O-O, What Have They Done to DB2?},
  author={Michael J. Carey and Donald D. Chamberlin and Srinivasa Narayanan and Bennet Vance and Doug Doole and Serge Rielau and Richard Swagerman and Nelson Mendonça Mattos},
In this paper, we describe our recent experiences in adding a number of object-relational extensions to the DB2 Universal Database (UDB) system as part of a research and development project at the IBM Almaden Research Center. In particular, we have enhanced DB2 UDB with support for structured types and tables of these types, type and table hierarchies, references, path expressions, and object views. In doing so, we have taken care to design and implement the extensions in such a way as to… CONTINUE READING
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