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Old April 10th, 2002, 06:18 AM
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Hi everybody!
I am programming in jasmine and i have to write some code and methods. But my tutorial about odql in insufficient, so my question is, if is there anybody who has a good and detailed tutorial about odql?
Thx, Gerrit.

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i've got no idea what they are, but i just did a search on google and found 345 results, so checkout http://www.google.com/search?source...q=odql+jasmine. You should find what you're after...

care to share more about jasmine and odql with us?

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Old April 10th, 2002, 11:28 AM
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thanks! but i was hoping to get a real tutorial(.pdf, .doc),because i already tried google but these are all specific problems or to general, if you know what i mean?

Sure i want to share my knowledge! if you got questions:go ahead! but just a little reminder:i'm not an expert in jasmine and odql programming...

Jasmine is an application development program like oracle but it works object oriented not relational. What means that you work with classes and not with tables... but if you want more information go to there site URL and search for jasmine. you'll get all the information you need.
odql is language that you need to create your classes objects, method (procedures), ....
i hope this helps a little and if you really are interested i have 2 files on jasmine and odql(pdf format), i can mail them to you if you want....

greetz Gerrit.

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Sounds interesting. Does it run cross platform?

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Sorry, that i forgot to say, it only runs on NT platforms....

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i never even heard of odgl, what does it stand for
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it stands for Object Definition and Query Language, you can compare it with sql for the select statements, for example a select statement in odql:

Person is a class with atributes Name, Nr ->

select statement:
Person from Person where Person.Name = "Gerrit";

The result could be more than one object so therefore there exist the "bag" type

Bag<Person> bb; -> a Bag of objects from the class Person

so to see your result

bb = Person from Person where Person.Name = "Gerrit";
bb.print();

this will show you the result of the query....

Gerrit.

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