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Versioning database tables

I need to store all the changes made for almost every table in a meta-data database. I am thinking about storing every previous version in a JSON array or XML in the table. Like: CREATE TABLE ...
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How to track changes to a record that spans multipe tables

I have the challenge to design a new database using a RDBMS, Oracle, to be precise. In this database there will be one specific record/document which may span multiple tables. With as little ...
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MySQL Workbench team strategy

I'm considering to use MySQL Workbench at work, mainly because of the modelling tools and to easily sync the development and the production DBs. I work with another developer on the same project, and ...
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Is there any database with versioning (column based) built in?

I'm wondering if there is a database (SQL or NOSQL) which provides versioning for for the records ( if the column/field/property is enabled for versioning). I'm developing an authentication software ...
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In SQLCMD is there any way of shelling out to run arbitrary programs?

In the past I have dropped json into a table in a nvarchar(Max) column. This is structured data but it needed serving back to the client as json and came in from the client as json so it seemed a bit ...
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Updating table of versioned rows with historical records in PostgreSQL

I have a master table of versioned rows: CREATE TABLE master ( id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY, rec_id integer, val text, valid_on date[], valid_during daterange ); INSERT INTO master ...
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Are there any databases with out of the box Point-in-Time-Architecture support?

I am looking for the descriptive term of a database system (available in the cloud, or to be deployed on a local server) that has build-in support for a point-in-time (PTA) architecture. I am not sure ...
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Set of datetime versioned rows, how to build the most up to date row

I created this SQL fiddle with the sample data The sample data is this: -- -- Table structure for table `dogs` -- CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `dogs` ( `version_stamp` datetime NOT NULL, ...
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Is there a database system specialized in versioning documents/records?

I'm trying to find the "best" database for my application, which involves: Large (or is it?) amount of data (~15GB of text data) Documents organized in hierarchies (up to ~5 levels of nesting) ...
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Building a branched versioning model for relational databases

I am database designer and at my current project I'm implementing versioning capabilities required to concurrently edit rows of data in RDBMS. The project requirements says, that data editing sessions ...
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How do I add versioning to this CMS I'm designing?

As you can see, my CMS consists of several widgets (for example an Articles widget), of which you can create several instances, which I call blocks, and those blocks are linked to pages and the ...
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Relational modeled design to store versioned files

The scenario I have images in a database table and some of these need to be altered then re-saved(not overwriting the original) whilst providing a reference back to the original. I also save the ...
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When to use CDC to track history?

SQL Server Change Data Capture is a feature that reads historical data from the SQL Server transaction logs and stores them in a special table. Through the use of special table value functions (TVF) ...
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Data History Table vs Using a Current Record Flag [closed]

There are two strategies when dealing with data records which contain multiple versions. One is to have current records in one table, and their past versions in a history table. The other is to have ...
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Running several versions of a MySQL database in parallel?

We have a central read-only MySQL database that contains geo data, etc. It is used by various projects. As part of a refactoring, I am thinking about setting up a system for versioning the database. ...
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Single table row “sharding/versioning” to customize values

Introduction Hello everyone, I have done quite a bit of searching and I cannot find a solution for my specific issue. There are a few factors that complicate my situation, which I have outlined ...
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Equivalents to `ora_rowscn` in other databases?

Do other databases other than Oracle have ora_rowscn (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14200/pseudocolumns007.htm) equivalents, or do you have to implement them yourself in your fields, ...
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Where to store versioned/historized records?

In our application we are using versioning records using triggers. The application is supposed to handle millions of records in the future and the history/versioning tables are there to ensure that ...
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Versioning data in Databases [closed]

Is there any ready mechanism in Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSql or OR framework (C#), which can version information in a database? By versioning informartion I mean that e.g. I have table Person (id, ...
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keeping track of certain related field changes [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Save history editable data RDBMS I am totally new to databases and MySQL. I am working on a project in which I have a few related fields such as question and multiple ...
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Save history editable data RDBMS

I want to make application like testing system. Every question has one or many variant of answers (and one or many can be right). I apologize that tutors and students use my testing system. It means ...