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Open Source web based plugin or tool for content/resume/document management and efficient search for a Website/Software [closed]

I am novice to web-development and web tools. I need to create a website which will have a lot of documents similar to resume. I will need to be able to perform efficient search from the documents ...
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Now that I understand Object Oriented Programming, how do I persist objects? [closed]

I have spent much time learning Object Oriented Programming and I'm ready to begin development on a small project. I am using Python and OrientDB with the pyOrient binary driver. (also with an ...
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Planning complex Mongo (And possibly other NoSQL) Databases

There is no "right way" to do anything, but there are "better" and "worse" ways, as well as true and tested ways. I'm studying Mongo and considering it for a project. It's gonna start small but ...
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Is there an accepted design pattern for storing a few global variables in a NoSQL database?

I'm wanting to create an admin dashboard for my app, and to show new events there. In order to know which events are new, I'll need to store at least one extra datapoint to the server: the last date ...
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searching for a user's friends

I have a rails that uses sunspot/solr for searching a number of models in our app. We are now adding a feature for searching for a user's friends. So if I look for "joe" all of my friends named ...
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Which type of query do wide column stores optimize

I have some experience with document based stores (MongoDB and CouchDB) and I am interested in exploring wide column databases. Based on my initial exploration I can grasp a basic understanding of ...
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Would a model like this translate well to a document or graph database?

I'm trying to understand what types of models that I have traditionally persisted relationally would translate well to some kind of NoSQL database. Suppose I have a model with the following ...
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NoSQL Document Database as a Message Queue

I am considering using a NoSQL Document database as a messaging queue. Here is why: I want a client to post a message (some serialized object) to the server and not have to wait for a synchronous ...
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What is the recommended MongoDB schema for this quiz-engine scenario?

I'm working on a quiz engine for learning a foreign language. The engine shows users four images simultaneously and then plays an audio file. The user has to match the audio to the correct image. ...
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Would this data requirement suit a Document -Oriented database?

I have a requirement to allow users to fill in journal/diary entries per day. I want to provide a handful of known journal templates with x columns to fill in. An example might be a thought diary; a ...
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Design considerations on JSON schema for scalars with a consistent attachment property

I'm trying to create a JSON schema for the results of doing statistical analysis based on disparate pieces of data. The current schema I have looks something like this: { // Basic key ...
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When should you use a document vs relational vs graph database? [closed]

For the purposes of discussion let's consider a FourSquare scenario. Scenario Entities: Users Places Relationships: Checkins: users <-> places, many to many Friends: users <-> users, ...
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Storing documents in Database vs CMS in JSF, Seam, Hibernate application on cloud

I am about to start with an application using JSF 2, Seam 3, Hibernate and Hibernate search with the following characteristics: Users will be uploading documents (pdf, doc). There can be millions of ...
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How do document-oriented databases implement references?

In relational world we have Foreign Keys to reference other entities. But how do document-oriented databases like MongoDb, CouchDb, RavenDb implement references among entities? Update. StackExchange ...
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Is OrientDB document-database? or graph-database?

Some document says OrientDB is document-database, some others talks it's graph-database. What's right?