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Author: Barry, D.
Title: The Object Database Handbook: How to Select, Implement, and Use Object-Oriented Databases
Date: 1996 New York, NY
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
When it comes time to move from relational to object, start here. Think Gemstone… Even if you do not have a deep understanding of object databases, this will help. A basic foundation in object theory is helpful when going into this book, but it is even more important if you are planning to build a system around an ODBMS.

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