Business Rules – Object Rules

Object rules are the primary type of rule with which we have to concern ourselves. They include everything we can say about the “stuff” in our system.  Database people would call these entities; OO people would call them classes.  “Stuff” is the

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Using UML Class Diagrams as a Data Modeling Tool

I have the dubious honor of having written the first ever book about UML data modeling (Oracle8 Database Design Using UML Object Modeling – 1998 Oracle Press).  It was written to support the then new object extensions in Oracle8.  Of course, no

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Oracle8 Database Design Using UML Object Modeling

You can buy the Oracle8 Database Design Using UML Object Modeling book. Authors Paul Dorsey, Joseph R. Hudicka Book Description Publication Date: December 21, 1998 | Series: Oracle Press Series Thorough coverage of Oracle8’s object and relational database design — the first

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