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Databases that propose alternative solution to SQL (Relational) Database which can be document oriented, key/value, graph, objects,...

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does all that you need, then do it that way. Nowadays that would be called a NoSQL database like GDBM, or Berkeley db. So many choices. First figure out what you need, then build an interface library to … characteristics. Note that some SQL databases like PostgreSQL and Apache Derby DB, will allow you to do SQL queries on top of many NoSQL formats including your own homegrown databases. Not sure about …
answered Mar 15 '13 by Michael Dillon
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Blame this one both the design adopted by the OT community and MySQL. This is really not somewhere that I would consider any kind of SQL database server, and especially not one with as many flaws as …
answered Mar 15 '13 by Michael Dillon