Databases/Object-relational databases

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An object-relational database (ORD) or object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) is a relational database management system that allows developers to integrate the database with their own custom data types and methods. The term object-relational database is sometimes used to describe external software products running over traditional DBMSs to provide similar features; these systems are more correctly referred to as object-relational mapping systems.

This page is initially focused upon hands-on mapping of the MediaWiki engine from an Object Oriented Software Design perspective using UML, the Unified Modeling Language.

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