I was hoping someone could point me to good resources (books, URIs) on
object relational mapping (googled mostly yielded sketchy information
and a reference to "Object-Oriented Modeling and Design for Database
Applications" by Michael Blaha, William Premerlani, William Premerlain).
In particular interested in implementation strategies - If embedding SQL
into your classes is not such a good idea, then what? What is a good
way to abstract queries (across multiple tables)? Client side caching
while ensuring data consistency (sounds like reimplemented database
functionality on the client side, is that really a good idea)?
Not looking for anything fancy just an understanding of the issues
involved for implementing small web applications in g++ against
postgresql probably with python and omniorb in the mix somewhere.
Thanks in advance,
Allan M. Wind
P.O. Box 2022
Woburn, MA 01888-0022
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