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Re: J2EE is too complicated - why not Perl?(RDBMS and OO)

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 10, 2003 at 21:35 UTC ( #313883=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: J2EE is too complicated - why not Perl?(RDBMS and OO)
in thread J2EE is too complicated - why not Perl?

My post was simply meant to be my impressions about the strength and feel of Fabin Pascal's position, not the correctness of his position. My (admittedly limited) understanding of situation is that all implamentations< sp? > that call them self a Relational Database Management system are not Truly relational. They do not allow complete set operations on the information in them. As such they do not correctly or fully use the Relational Model.

My statement about how Fabin Pascal thinks of OO is based on the links he has resently added to dbdebunk and some resent replies. He crusades against what he preceives as buzz word and hype of his (Database tool) industary. This is a good thing. And I feel he has some extremely valid points about so called OODBMS and the superority of the Relational Model, but he (Mr Pascal) comes across as arrogant. This is what I am mainly getting at: he is so focused on correctiong what is he think is wrong, and so blunt about it you have to be wary that you come away from his writings with only that he's a jerk.

I tried really hard to give my impressions of the Fabin Pascal and neutral on the database issues (other then relate my personal experence with OODBMS which was not good at all). I was not intending to offend.
MADuran (Who needs to go home and change his password to something he will remember)

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