All Kinds of Methods for Persisting Objects

  • Richard Sperko


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. For months, the development team I was working on had been writing a large Java system to support utility companies. The best part was working on a great project with an innovative team. We had built our own storage mechanism for the system, and that is what sometimes made it the worst of times. The storage mechanism included hundreds of classes, all with one purpose: to make our objects persistent (which means that the objects exist even after the application is done running). We could always re-create or use any object we wanted kept around.


Relational Database Power Outage Object Database Relational Database Management System Java Object 
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© Richard Sperko 2003

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