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Object Types and usages

Object Types and usages

Object Types and usages

Hello Everybody

Being a Oracle 7 User for 1 1/2 year I am noe shifted to another co. with Oracle 8i as a programmer. I am working as
database developer . I have learnt Object Database concepts but never used it on projects.
I also found that Oracle ORDBMS are difficult to use
programmatically for updation.

My question is
1.  Do Objects like nexted tables, varrays,
ref are that useful in actual practise ?

2.  Do Can I introduce it in later stage of database design.

3.  Amongst Nested Tables and Object Tables and REFs
which Object Concept is used more often and when ?

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