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What is object mapping ?

 
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58What is object mapping?

AThe process of converting a class diagram to Java code.
BA program that emulates a mainframe terminal and passes user input to the mainframe.
CThe process of building object wrappers around Java interfaces. This allows the legacy system to interact with your Java application.
DThe process of building object wrappers around legacy interfaces. This makes the legacy system available in an OO fashion.
please help me to find the correct answer ???
 
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D is the correct answer, Object Mapping is mapping data from some system into Object properties.
 
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Originally posted by Apratim Khandalkar:
58What is object mapping?

AThe process of converting a class diagram to Java code.
BA program that emulates a mainframe terminal and passes user input to the mainframe.
CThe process of building object wrappers around Java interfaces. This allows the legacy system to interact with your Java application.
DThe process of building object wrappers around legacy interfaces. This makes the legacy system available in an OO fashion.
please help me to find the correct answer ???



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