Database Management for Smalltalk

Case Histories

Case Histories

 

ClassWare GmbH

“VOSS showed for us the most streamlined approach without breaking the Smalltalk programming style”…

…”A second big advantage of VOSS is that it allowed us to change and add functionality to the application without having to change a database schema as in a relational database.  The database is just persistent business objects - when we changed the business logic, the database changed with it.”
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EDS Inc

“EDS PartsImager.com is a web-based automotive parts catalog implemented on a VOSS 3.0 database server in IBM VisualAge Smalltalk, which handles all search and storage requests”…

…”The application is a migration of the PartsImager2 client-server-based application.  It shares the same VOSS Object Spaces for storing and retrieving information that are used by the client-server application.”
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IMN

“VOSS really was helpful by offering the possibility of making objects persistent just by means of adding them to a persistent collection.  In the same vein, VOSS could be fitted very easily into a general framework that retrieves (or creates) its objects from various sources, either object or relational databases.”
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