What is the difference between an object and an object in a database?
Entity is an abstract concept that is usually represented by a table in a database schema. The term "object" usually refers to data structures in memory. An object representing an object can be called an entity object (often mapped to a row in a database table), that is, it is an instance of an entity class (often mapped to a table).
A database object is represented as a database, schema, table, column, primary key and foreign key. Whereas the Entity database is a concept or importance object by which the data should be captured.