Any set of data that is or can be manipulated or referenced by a computer program as a single entity; -- the term may be used broadly, to include files, images (such as icons on the screen), or small data structures.
An object is a table, query, form report, or module. Objects can be created, selected, manipulated and stored.
Any item that can be individually selected and manipulated - including shapes and pictures appearing on a display screen and less tangible software.
Anything that is created and stored in a database. Examples of Oracle objects are tables, views, synonyms, indexes, sequences, clusters and columns.
SQL-Server supports the following objects: Table Data Type View Stored Procedure Function Constraint Rule Default Trigger
Any item in the Windows95 environment you can manipulate or modify.
A structure created and stored in an ALLBASE/SQL DBEnvironment. The most common objects are tables, views, indexes, and groups.
See database object.
One of the six main components of a database created in Access. Tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, modules, and pages are all database objects.
Anything that can be created or manipulated with SQL -- that is, databases, table spaces, tables, views, or indexes.
A structure used to store data in the database. Developers can create objects using object build wizards provided by WebDB, or using Oracle database commands. Although WebDB components are stored in the database as package objects, the term component is used to refer to charts, reports, forms, etc. Object is used when referring to tables, packages, triggers, etc.
A set of points, lines or polygons in a spatial database that represent a real-world entity. These can be manipulated, and counted in a GIS, and are represented in a GIS as shapefiles
A graphical image such as a photograph visible on a display monitor, that may be manipulated using one or more components of a software application.
On one level in Access, the specific tables, queries, forms, and any other items listed in the Database window. On another level, anything that can be manipulated in Access including controls, procedures, and the database itself.
n. Any piece of data that can be manipulated by a C program: a simple variable, an array, a structure, a piece of malloc'ed memory, etc. See also object pointer.
A discrete combination of code and data, such as a ListBox or CommandButton, that can be manipulated. Objects contain properties and methods and are defined by a class.