From Object-Oriented to Aspect-Oriented Databases

Rashid, Awais and Pulvermueller, Elke (2000) From Object-Oriented to Aspect-Oriented Databases. In: Database and Expert Systems Applications 11th International Conference, DEXA 2000 London, UK, September 4–8, 2000 Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer, Berlin, pp. 125-134. ISBN 978-3-540-67978-3

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Over the recent years aspect-oriented programming (AOP) has found increasing interest among researchers in software engineering. Aspects are abstractions which capture and localise cross-cutting concerns. Although persistence has been considered as an aspect of a system aspects in the persistence domain in general and in databases in particular have been largely ignored. This paper brings the notion of aspects to object-oriented databases. Some cross-cutting concerns are identified and addressed using aspects. An aspect-oriented extension of an OODB is discussed and various open issues pointed out.

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