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Heterogeneous ordered list of value

I have the following object model: class A { List<Thing> orderedListOfThings; } interface Thing { } class X implements Thing { int attr; } class Y implements Thing { String ...
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1answer
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Is using a relational DB for storing votes and (accessed resources) overkill?

I am writing a forum component for a site and would like to keep track of what topics/questions a user accesses so that other topics/questions can be recommended based on said users previous choices. ...
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0answers
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How do you think in NoSQL? [closed]

I'm from the pre-nosql era and am rather comfortable with SQL. However, I cringe whenever someone suggests using a NoSQL database for the "upcoming" project. There are some major problems that I'm ...
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Why NOSql should be more performant than RDBMS under structured data loads?

The main reason NoSQL dbms have become so common is the need of storing unstructured data where a Relational database instead would require carefully designing a database schema and fitting data into ...
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0answers
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Can XML columns in Oracle/MS SQL Server replace document oriented databases to some extent?

Just a strategic question: I am currently working with frequently changing data schemas and it takes a lot to keep track of versions and specific content. I do, however, have a classic OLTP ...
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1answer
107 views

How would I change this relational model to fit a nosql database?

Because of things beyond my control, I have to switch from a relational database to MongoDB for the advertising platform I'm helping to build. I've got a relational schema sketched out, but I'm unsure ...
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1answer
212 views

Switching to NoSQL for native JSON use?

I am rather comfortable writing concrete schemas with explicit primary keys, foreign keys, indexes, views and stored procedures. For queuing I use a NoSQL solution called: Redis. Recently I heard a ...
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181 views

Use cases for NoSQL databases: Time series

I need to set up a database that will record temporal series data (sensors). A friend of mine has recommended me to use a NoSQL database instead of using Oracle (for instance). There're also some ...
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Create Scheme that allows for fluidity between entities [closed]

We are a small rapidly evolving company and recently investigated switching databases from SQL Server to a graph database. We like the graph approach because of the fluidity and openness that it ...