CocoBase Enterprise O/R is a vendor neutral Dynamic Object to Relational Mapping layer that sits on top of the JDBC driver between the application objects (often running in an application server or stand-alone) and the database (which is usually a relational database for most modern IT organizations).
What does AO stand for?
AO stands for Application Object
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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These advanced toolkits require direct links to the application objects and sometimes may require some change in the application data structure.
The object-relational mapping tools increase developer productivity by specifying how application objects map to a relational database and generate code for persistent data access.
The S-Series includes unique Application Acceleration Blueprints[TM] that enable it to quickly and accurately identify application objects so that no data needs to be transmitted more than once.
Certeon offers unique technology that understands actual application objects and semantics and uses this knowledge to enhance application response times and reduce network traffic.
The Industrial Application Server's new user-defined object enables developers to continue to use Wonderware's default application object templates and to easily create their own company standards -- containing the necessary balance of sophistication and ease of use," said Steve Garbrecht, product marketing manager for Wonderware infrastructure and platforms.
Being able to reuse the application objects that represent plant devices significantly decreases engineering time," Brandt said.
Data is automatically mapped directly to application objects and stored in the real-time database for later analysis.