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Buu Nguyen's Blog » The Legend of Data Persistence – Part 2 In Part 1 of this article, I have discussed about the Object-Relational (O-R) impedance mismatch, the problem it causes as well as the pitfalls of some O-R/M tools. In this part, I will examine Object Database Management System (ODBMS) and compare it with Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). 1. What is ODBMS Basically, an ODBMS is a DBMS which stores objects as opposed to rows or tuples in respectively a SQL or a RDBMS [Wikipedia, Object Database] and bornt out of the need for transparent and non-intrusive persistence of complex object model, tasks which could not easily be addressed by RDBMS because of the O-R impedance mismatch. As a DBMS, besides being a data respository for storing object graphs (together with their identities, attributes, associations, and inheritance information), an ODBMS would, at the very least, include a query engine, a concurrency management system, and a data recovery mechanism.