An object that has been assigned a storage location in the database where it will be stored. When you commit the transaction in which you create a persistent object, the object is saved in the database. A persistent object continues to exist and retains its data beyond the duration of the process that created it.
a data structure whose existence transcends time (i
an object that continues to exist after the thread that created it has ceased to exist
an object that is saved on secondary storage during a program execution and thus survives the program execution in which it was created
an object that is stored in an object table in the database
an object that is stored in some type of data store
an object which is stored in an Oracle database
An object that exists after the process or thread that created it. Synonym: persistent object [OMA].
A persistent object is an object that continues to exist and retains its data beyond the duration of the process that creates it.
A persistent object has been activated in a POA with the ``persistent'' lifespan policy. Persistent objects can outlive the server they were originally created in, so the server can be stopped and restarted transparently, usually by an Implementation Repository.
An object that can survive the process or thread that created it. A persistent object exists until it is explicitly deleted.