Database objects are the foundation stones of Enterprise Database. Each database object represents a highly organized component of corporate policy that proceeds through a life cycle and takes on highly configured states.
Database objects live within the confines of an SQL 2003 DBMS to achieve maximum inheritance by all computing languages employing database objects to store and maintain corporate policy. Database object classes are stored as metadata in the Whitemarsh metabase.
Database object classes are expressed as SQL 2003 syntax that is employed by the SQL:1999 DBMS to enforce enterprise-wide policy. Database object specification is fully defined through the Whitemarsh methodology.