Are there limits to object-orientation in a system?
This is a query I have had for some time but, have been able to
articulate it accurately only now:
Are there not certain limits to Object Orientation certain types of
systems that are commonly developed, like a Web enabled application
that interacts with a database.
When interacting with a database, we often call stored procedures from
some manager class.
This mechanism is inherently non object oriented as the interface that
the database provides is organized into procedures and not objects.
The problem with this approach is that there is a difficulty in
encapsulating constants like the names of stored procedures and esp.
their parameters in some centralized class.
As far as I can think, these constants can either be hard coded or
placed in some constants file.
But consider a database with around 100+ stored procedures each with
around 10+ input/output parameters on average. This approach would
require at least 1000 new constants; and managing these would become a
problem. Managing the constants if they are hard coded would be even
Cannot there be some data structure that can encapsulate all the meta
data about an entire database along the :
- names of all its stored procedures and their parameters
- connection information
- table and column names
- triggers etc.
Anurag Tiwari wrote:
> This is a query I have had for some time but, have been able to
> articulate it accurately only now:
> Are there not c...CBO for sys/system objects
Oracle9i 9207 (64 bit)
Solaris 9 (64 bit)
We generate statistics for the user schemas via dbms_stats. Works fine
although we had to tune a few queries with the RULE hint since it was
1) should we generate statistics for the sys/system objects? Is it
recommended in 9i? we use the default stats gathering in 10g which
includes the sys/system objects (out of the box)
2) any known issues in 9i?
Thanks for any pointers.
On 5 Apr 2006 09:06:48 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
>Oracle9i 9207 (64 bit)
>Solaris 9 (64 bit)
>We generate statistics for the user schemas via dbms_stats. Works fine
>although we had to tune a few queries with the RULE hint since it was
>1) should we generate statistics for the sys/system objects? Is it
>recommended in 9i? we use the default stats gathering in 10g which
>includes the sys/system objects (out of the box)
>2) any known issues in 9i?
>Thanks for any pointers.
Not supported in 9i.
Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA
Sybrand Bakker wrote:
> On 5 Apr 2006 09:06:48 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Oracle9i 9207 (64 bit)
>> Solaris 9 (64 bit)
>> We generate statistics for the user schemas via dbms_stats. Works fine
>> although we had to tune a few queries with the RULE hint since it was
>> 1) should we generate statistics for the sys/system obj...~/Library/ vs ~/System/Library vs /User/Library/
And there is a fourth one in ~/var/root/. I would like to understand in
which case does a system access or write to a certain Library?
Logical assumption would be that it depends on the current user, but
for instance some of the preferences or support files are written to a
~/Library regardless of which user is currently logged in.
I also noticed that if I register an app logged in as an user, I have a
problem running it as a root. This doesn't seem to be a permission
issue, rather a support files access problem. But then it sort of
"goes away" and I can't establish any consistent conclusiion why.
Is there a definite rule which Library acts as the "current" one and
which acts as a "global" ? And, since some files, plug ins, fonts etc
can be placed in either Library, which one is preferred and why?
In article <email@example.com>,
justin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> And there is a fourth one in ~/var/root/. I would like to understand in
> which case does a system access or write to a certain Library?
First off, you're a little bit confused. ~ means your home directory. So
the directories are /Library, /System/Library, ~/Library (which is
/Users/username/Library). The fourth one is just root's ~/Library.
> Logical assumption would be that it depends on the current user, but
> for instance some of the preferences or support files are written to a
> ~/Libr...IBM Graphic Image Library System
And take a look at sellers other items. Any idea what this setup is?
> And take a look at sellers other items. Any idea what this setup is?
3995: The Compact Optical Library Dataserver.
Optical disk system originally announced May 1991 as a replacement for the
9246/7. Available in both fully rewritable and WORM1 forms. March 1993,
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The last time I looked at MISC processors, Jeff was sticking them in mouses
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A200 has a limit or 32,000+ objects.
What is the definition of an 'object'?
Does it include controls on a form etc as they are referred to as objects as
well in documentation?
What does the table MSysQueries count as it has 22,000 records but I don't
have that many queries?
Sorry for multiple questions but just trying to work out how close to limits
a db is and can't find any clear explanation.
MSysQueries contains many records for each query. For instance, it has a
record to define each field or calculated column in a query that is being
displayed in the results. So it is possible, that a single query will have 20
or 30 or more records in the MSysQueries table.
I really don't know the definition of objects. I do know that Tables, Forms,
Reports, Modules, and macros are all objects. You can list the ***database
objects*** (in Access 2003 and earlier) by selecting File: Database Properties
and then clicking on the contents tab.
Access MVP 2002-2005, 2007-2011
On 7/12/2011 1:50 AM, JeffP wrote:
> A200 has a limit or 32,000+ objects.
> What is the definition of an 'object'?
> Does it include controls on a form etc as they are referred to as objects as
> well in documentation?
> What does the table MSysQueries count as it has 22,000 records but I don't
> have that many queries?
> Sorry for multiple questions but just trying to work out how close to limits
> a db is and c...What is your favorite object-oriented system library for Scheme?
What is your favorite object-oriented system library for Scheme?
Although I don't think that OO is the most common way folks solve
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...Which SYS or SYSTEM objects should I keep to memory
I've read that some of the sys and system objects would benefit from
being pinned to the keep pool. I think I have an active DB with over
600 IO pre sec. I know what most everyone will say, and I've been
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wanted to focus on this subject pinning objects from sys or system.
Thanks I look forward from reading this furom's thoughts, if you know
of any objects that are good candidates for the keep pool, please
include them in your responce.
Jeremy Smith wrote:
> I've read that some of the sys and system objects would benefit from
> being pinned to the keep pool. I think I have an active DB with over
> 600 IO pre sec. I know what most everyone will say, and I've been
> doing SQL tunning/application tunning, which is never ending. But
> wanted to focus on this subject pinning objects from sys or system.
> Thanks I look forward from reading this furom's thoughts, if you know
> of any objects that are good candidates for the keep pool, please
> include them in your responce.
Well here's what one person will say though I'm not sure it is quite
what you were looking forward to.
Have you read any books on the subject, such as Cary Milsap's or
are you just randomly throwing stuff at the wall and hoping something
will stick. There is no justification for "never ending" tuning.
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How to get a Physical file as it is for populating into a excel file, without using i series (plugins, navigators)?
On Tuesday, November 26, 2013 2:05:55 AM UTC-5, Muthukumar Kailasam wrote:
> How to get a Physical file as it is for populating into a excel file, without using i series (plugins, navigators)?
you can use ODBC to query then populate an excel spreadsheet. Make sure iSeries ODBC was installed on the client and it should be pretty straight forward.
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...Difference /Library/Fonts and /System/Library/Fonts
What is the functional difference between putting stuff into the follwoing
firstname.lastname@example.org (Hans Aberg) wrote:
> What is the functional difference between putting stuff into the follwoing
> two directories
The difference is that you shouldn't put anything under /System unless
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On May 22, 1:07=A0pm, Steve Richter <StephenRich...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am getting nowhere asking different business partners for quotes on
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adecenter/hardwar...Printing on AS400 via IBM AS400 Java Toolkit
I'm working on a program that needs to send a print job to a printer
connected to an AS/400. I've tried using the SpooledFileOutputStream
and I've also tried using one of the SCS Writer classes. Neither
solution is working. With the SpooledFileOutputStream I am at least
able to create my print file, but when my program ends, the file is
still not being printed.
This program does not run on the AS400, it runs on a PC and connects to
the AS400 via the toolkit classes. I know this part works as I am able
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Is there anyplace anyone can point me to see some examples of how to
print a file using the AS400 Java Toolkit?
Thanks in advance,
What printer data stream is used? or how was the printer data generated?
I am wondering if the data stream being generated matches the data
stream of the printer connected to the iSeries? What printer is attached
to the iSeries and how is it configured?
The iSeries info center has some Toolbox examples:
Programming>Java>IBM Toolbox for Java>IBM Toolbox for Java Classes>
> Hello all,
> I'm working on a program that needs to send a print job to a printer
> connected to an AS/400. I've tried using the SpooledFileOutputStream
> and I've also tried using one of the SCS Writer classes. Neither
> solution is working. With the Sp...object system...
well, anyways, I am back on usenet again as I have managed to locate a
working server. I have been away from usenet for a fairly long time,
basically since the server with my ISP died and I had no other working
server, it was either google groups or nothing, and I just didn't bother
but, oh well, I figure I will present some of the ideas behind an object
system I had implemented and am making use of in my projects, and maybe
people can comment if some things are good or not so good.
basically, the core of the system is this:
Single-Inheritance Class/Instance OO (MI is more-or-less supported as well,
but it is hacky and not well supported by the APIs, so I mostly ignore MI);
there are Interfaces, like in Java and friends;
but, it differs from the normal model some in a few ways:
interfaces can implement slots as well as methods;
it is technically possible to use any interface with any compatible class
(due to a side effect of how the interface mechanism is implemented, the
same interface will work on a class regardless of whether or not said class
implements the interface as such);
it is possible to modify class layout at runtime, and the object system
machinery will work to keep everything consistent (internally, a versioning
system is used, so an older object may be layed out according to an older
version of the class), however doing so will reduce the performance of the
class(es) in question;
it is possible to add slots to individual in...Sys and System
What is the difference between sys and system? And which one is more
If I want to use EXP to create a dump file and then use the dump file
with IMP to recreate the database in another machine, which id should I
use to do the EXP?
Basically, sys owns the core database objects and system has almost
every available privilege. Sys is more powerful. You should use system
for full exports and imports.
> Hi everyone,
> What is the difference between sys and system? And which one is more
> If I want to use EXP to create a dump file and then use the dump file
> with IMP to recreate the database in another machine, which id should I
> use to do the EXP?
> Basically, sys owns the core database objects and system has almost
> every available privilege. Sys is more powerful. You should use system
> for full exports and imports.
> email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > What is the difference between sys and system? And which one is more
> > powerful?
> > If I want to use EXP to create a dump file and then use the dump file
> > with IMP to recreate the database in another machine, which id should I
> > use to do the EXP?
> > Regards
> > Ujang
For the export any id with the export_full_da...determining what are "system" objects in sp_help or system tables
I have a few things on my databases which seem to be neither true system
objects or user objects - notably a table called 'dtproperties' (created
by Enterprise manager as I understand, relating to relationship graphing
or something) and some stored procs begining with "dt_" (some kind of
source control stuff, possible visual studio related). These show up when
"exec sp_help 'databaseName'"
but not in Ent. Mgr. or in Query Analyzer's object browser, and also not
in a third party tool I use called AdeptSQL. I am wondering how those
tools know to differentiate between these types of quasi-system objects,
and my real user data. (This is for the purpose of a customized schema
generator I am writing). I'd prefer to determine this info with system
stored procs (ie sp_help, sp_helptex, sp_...etc) but will dip into the
system tables if needed.
Dave C. (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
> I have a few things on my databases which seem to be neither true system
> objects or user objects - notably a table called 'dtproperties' (created
> by Enterprise manager as I understand, relating to relationship graphing
> or something) and some stored procs begining with "dt_" (some kind of
> source control stuff, possible visual studio related). These show up when
> I use
> "exec sp_help 'databaseName'"
> but not in Ent. Mgr. or in Query ...Library System
I'm trying to build a system that manages a book library. I've
identified the analysis classes:
I'm confused about where some of the behaviour goes however. Which
class should searchForTitle be implemented? It doesn't seem to sit
anywhere. What's the rule for assigning behaviour? How do you know
where it goes?
Any help would be useful
On 8 Sep 2004 04:15:37 -0700, SteveF wrote:
> I'm confused about where some of the behaviour goes however. Which
> class should searchForTitle be implemented?
'Catalog' or.. 'BookCatalog' (whichever
name suits you better).
> ..What's the rule for assigning behaviour?
Ehhh? Could you rephrase that?
I do not quite understand.
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Andrew Thompson wrote:
>>..What's the rule for assigning behaviour?
> Ehhh? Could you rephrase that?
> I do not quite understand.
I think what Steve was trying to ask was "How do I determine which
functionality goes into what class?".
-Aki "Sus" Laukkanen
"Aki \"Sus\" Laukkanen" <aki.laukkanenREMOVETHIS@helsinki.fi> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> Andrew Thompson wrote:
> >>..What's the rule f...For each object in object
I'm trying to do this in VO:
Have tried ForEachElement( oEvalObj ) CLASS
without any luck.
My code vo is working but goBeregning:BeregnRefusjon(oRegning)
are generating some new objects. I can't get these objects in vo.
For Each objKode In objRegning.Koder
If Not objKode.Gyldig Then
strStatus = "Ugyldig!"
ElseIf objKode.Stjernekode Then
strStatus = "Stjernekode"
ElseIf objKode.Aggregert Then
I have been playing around with implementing my own object system
recently, not because Scheme lacks object systems, but simply for the
fun of it. You can see some of my thoughts/code on my blog
(http://pschombe.wordpress.com/) if you wish. I would like to hear
some opinions on what are the most important features of a Scheme
object system / what is the best Scheme object system, because it is
more fun to roll your own when the results are useful.