Object-oriented database systems (ODBMS) have been around for a while. Still, it does not appear that they have found widespread use. Many applications are still developed base on relational database systems. For these, pattern languages have been developed over a couple of years ([Keller 1995] and [Keller 1998]). For object-oriented database systems however dedicated papers describing related patterns are rare. This paper tries to fill the gap. At least to some extend, as it does not provide a complete set of patterns, but only a collection. All patterns presented here have been successfully applied to different projects, having built a solid backbone for high availability solutions
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