OMS Java: Object Oriented Framework & Web Site Engineering

Vivek Bansal, Uma Anand


We present a database-centric approach to web site development in which both application and web content data are managed by a database. The development process is based on three main stages of information modeling, document content design and presentation specification. A Java framework based on the OMS object-oriented data management system has been developed to support the development life cycle from rapid prototyping through to operation. We describe how the framework supports access from heterogeneous clients and how it has been extended to include a web content manager. We describe how the OMS Java framework provides three level of abstractions – storage, information and access in order to realize these objectives. We then present each of these layers in turn – starting with the information abstractions which lie at the core of the system and then going on to the storage and access layers.


Web server frameworks, web content management, web databases

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