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       Tangram::Remote - represent persistent objects in client space


          use Tangram;

          $remote = $storage->remote( $class );
          @remotes = $storage->remote( @classes );

          ... $remote->{$field} ...


       A Remote object is a client-side representation of an object that resides in a database.
       It has the same fields as a normal object of the same class - as declared in the Schema
       associated to the database the Remote was obtained from.  The values of the fields are not
       normal Perl values, but Tangram::Exprs that will be evaluated on the database server side.

       Remote objects are somewhat similar to SQL table aliases.

       Note that there are no objects which are actually "Tangram::Remote" instances; the objects
       will be called Tangram::Expr::QueryObject et al.