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Tag Archives: db4o

NoSQL is the new Arcadia

Recently there’s been a lot of people lamenting the sheep like mentality of picking RDBMS (and with it ORMs) as the way to model persistence, without first considering solutions that do not suffer the object-relational impedance mismatch. Many of the … Continue reading

February 22, 2010 geek , , , ,

db4o 7.4 binaries for mono

As I talked about recently, the standard binaries for db4o have some issues with mono, so I recompiled the unmodified source with the MONO configuration flag. I’ve packed up both the debug and release binaries and you can get them … Continue reading

January 10, 2009 .net, mono , ,

db40 indexing and query performance

Indexing on db4o is a bit non-transparent, imho. There’s barely a blurp in their Documentation app and it just tells you how to create an index and how to remove it. But you can’t easily inspect that one exists, or … Continue reading

January 3, 2009 .net , , ,

Db4o on .NET and Mono

After failing to get a cross-platform sample of NHibernate/Sqlite going, I decided to try out Db4o. This is for a simple, local object persistence layer anyhow, nothing more than a local cache, so db4o sounded perfect. The initial DLLs for … Continue reading

January 2, 2009 .net , ,