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art ari
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hi sir, our project title is AOI(Attribute Oriented Induction) based generalization on obj relational data model.


here we have to reduce the complexity and increase the efficiency of the database.


our back end is oracle9i and front end is VB. this is already implemented in OODBMS,we will scale that to ORDBMS. we are going to implement in ORDBMS.


so we need the queries for this project. If you have relative queries about this please send us. please do reply............. Bye....
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Art,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

I'm afraid I don't follow your question. Can you be a bit more specific?


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art ari
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Joined: Feb 08, 2007
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hi sir,

our project title is AOI(Attribute Oriented Induction) based generalization on object relational data model.


In complex database it is very difficult to extract the required database. so we are using attribute oriented induction technique to reduce the complexity of the database and increase the efficiency of the database.


our back end is oracle9i and front end is VB. this is already implemented in OODBMS(object oriented database),we will scale that to ORDBMS. we are going to implement in ORDBMS(object relational database).


so we need the queries in oodbms or ordbms for this project. If you have relative queries about this please send us. please do reply............. Bye....
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Art,
I'm still not sure if I follow. It sounds like you are either asking for equivalent queries in both formats (I don't have these) or someone to help you convert queries (we don't do projects here.) Let me know if I am misunderstanding.
 
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