International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET)
The traditional Relational DataBases (RDBs) have found applications in number of areas and accepted as solution for storing and retrieving data. But RDBs cannot support data persistence, complex data structures and user defined data types required by object-oriented applications. On the other hand, object-oriented technology represents real world very well. Object-Oriented DataBases (OODBs) aim to provide security, consistence, data independence and extensible data management services to support object-oriented models and extend support to handle complex and user defined data types which RDBs couldn't handle.