> I understand that PostgreSQL has OO capabilities.
Nope! Bzzzzzzzz. Thank you for playing. ;-)
We are Object-Relational, not Object Oriented. Object-Relational has to do
with our custom data types, operators, aggregates, and table inheritance. It
is not OO, or even really analogous.
> Is it possible to
> store full-blown Perl objects in a PostgreSQL table? (I suppose that
> one can always serialize Perl objects and store the serialized text,
> but this is hardly OO.)
I suggest using Alzabo. Look it up on Freshmeat.
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