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Disclosed is a methodology to store query objects in a relational database which allows duplicate object names for different object types and decreases response time for locating a specific object.
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Storing QUERY Objects by Type in a Relational Database
Disclosed is a methodology to store query objects in a relational database
which allows duplicate object names for different object types and decreases
response time for locating a specific object.
Current mainframe IBM products do not allow any repetition of object names.
This is because all Query objects are stored in a single data table and the object
name is what makes each row unique. When each type of object is stored in a
separate table for each type of object, the object name, combined with the object
type (table name), can uniquely identify a row.
The user knows the object type that is required to perform the function.
Therefore, the command needed to access a specific object needs to specify the
object type in order to select from the proper table. This allows the user to group
related objects using the same object name.
For example, a sales manager may need to see monthly sales results. A
PROCEDURE named MONTHLY would be created to run a QUERY named
MONTHLY and display or print a report using a FORM named MONTHLY.
These three objects are all named MONTHLY, but are selected by specifying
object type, object name (e.g., RUN PROC MONTHLY, RUN QUERY
Performance gains can be achieved because of the separation by object
type. Access times tend to become greater as the number of rows in a table
increase. This is noticeable especially when the tables are not indexed and the
number of rows grows....