I tried searching but didn't get any useful information. What does the word "Relational" mean here? Is it tables being related to each other just like the real life entities, or does it mean ...
Just read these lines- If your data is object in nature, then use object stores ("NoSQL"). They'll be much faster than a relational database. If your data is relational in nature, the ...
Completing my Computing A-level in 2003 and getting a degree in Computing in 2007, and learning my trade in a company with a lot of SQL usage, I was brought up on the idea of Relational Databases ...
Often in a table that has no natural key, it is still useful for users to be able to have a uniquely generated identifier. If the table has a surrogate primary key (and in such a case you would ...
I am using a library that returns a JSON object (as a string, but I think that's standard), and I would like to store the contents of this object into a local database. I'm fairly fresh-faced in ...
I've been checking out Berkeley DB and was impressed to find that it supported a SQL interface that is "nearly identical" to SQLite. ...