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July 07

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The Methods to Object Type Madness
You can use object types to follow an object-oriented paradigm for your database development. Or you can just make occasional use of object types for collection datatypes. Or you might just use some of the object types pre-defined in Oracle Database, such as those used in the spatial and graph technologies.

In all of those cases, it'll come in very handy to understand the differences between static, member, map and order methods, and also how to invoke methods of supertypes from within a subtype method.

00:00 Introduction
02:45 Overview of object types
10:45 Static methods
12:41 Member methods
15:37 User-defined constructors
19:10 Map and order methods
28:29 Q&A

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