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piehole
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Using MongoDB instead of carefully designing SQL tables and relations between them #wk126

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    Well both are completely different...structured versus unstructured...and for completely different purposes. I use both dependent to the project and do not compare them really
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    @oxmox I come from Java, where all I've been used to is strict, structured, ORM. What is the tipping point where you'd choose one over the another? Like, when do you say 'I'd better use MariaDB' and when do you say 'MongoDB for this project'? Just wondering.
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    @piehole If I'm storing documents of any kind and structure (e.g. topology Data) or need to work with e.g. digital twins, I'm going for nosql. For clearly defined data-structures e.g. addresses, shop-cards, lists of articles...typical table like data...I'm going for mysql
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