First look at Service Data Objects for C++
Service Data Objects provide a means of describing the structure of a graph of data elements and a means of loading a particular instance of the data based on that graph description from any data source. SDO also provides the ability to track changes to the graph of data as it is used by an application. In this article, you are introduced to the API you need to work with Service Data Objects from C++.
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