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MyOODB (My Object-Oriented Database) is an integrated database and Web environment that provides true distributed objects, implicit/explicit multi-concurrent nested transactions, seamless Web tunneling, and database self-healing. MyOODB is one part of a two part SDK solution. Together with MyOOWEB, MyOOSDK provides a development environment for people who desire small, fast, but powerful applications.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Feb 2009 08:21

    Release Notes: This release addresses some ORM mapping issues with respect to the Oracle database, most notably the XML type. It also fixes a restart issue when an unscheduled power-loss has occurred and an application is configured to use MyOODB's ORM layer instead of native OODB.

    •  09 Dec 2008 10:49

      Release Notes: This release further moves MyOODB's object oriented database architecture and features from a propriety data store, to one based on popular relational databases: H2, MySQL, Postgres, SQL Server, and Oracle. MyOODB still supports its traditional OODB and XDB backing stores, however, now examples are geared towards demonstrating relational configuration.

      •  19 Jun 2008 12:23

        Release Notes: This release introduces the first phase of seamless relational database back end support. It also moves to and requires the latest version of Java 1.6 in order to better support large scale object containers.

        •  06 May 2008 09:18

          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in database defragging. There were also some minor improvements to overall memory usage during transaction execution.

          •  07 Mar 2008 08:45

            Release Notes: This release has rewritten MyOODB database backup and restore services. These services have been redesigned to take advantage of MyOODB journaling facilities and to improve overall performance.


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