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Although endless acquisition of knowledge is useful, unless someone pays you for just that, at some point you need to start developing your software. Knowing when to persist in gathering and interpreting - 43 - requirements and when to move on comes from experience. You can use sophisticated metrics to judge the adequacy of your requirements, or you can use your intuition. Both require a good deal of experience, either to gather benchmark data or to develop your feelings to the point of being able to judge that you've done enough.
In this case, you would create the tables using the UNDER clause to establish the type hierarchy. When you queried the Role table, you would actually scan not just that table but also all of its subtype tables. If you used a function in the query, SQL would apply the correct overloaded function to the actual row based on its real type (dynamic binding and polymorphism). You can use the ONLY qualifier in the FROM clause to restrict the query to a single table instead of ranging over all the subtype tables.
Although there is a query language (OQL) as well, most 00 code retrieves data through relationships by navigating with iterators rather than by querying sets of data as in a relational database. Even the query language retrieves collections of objects that you must then iterate through. Also, most OODBMS products started out with no query language, and there is still not all that much interest in querying (as opposed to navigating) in the OODBMS application community. Operations The ODMG standard adopts the OMG CORBA standard for operations and supports overloading of operations.