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Tag: nosql

Extract year from timestamp in hive

I am writing the query to show the data entries for a specific year. Date is stored in dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss.(Date TIMESTAMP – e.g. 12/2/2014 0:00:00). I am trying to display the two columns(name, orderdate) filtered by a specific year(year from orderdate). The requirement is to enter the specific year(2010 or 2020 etc) not the entire date. I tried using date_format()

How to achieve generic Audit.NET json data processing?

I am using Audit.Net library to log EntityFramework actions into a database (currently everything into one AuditEventLogs table, where the JsonData column stores the data in the following Json format: Me and my team has a main aspect to achieve: Being able to create a search page where administrators are able to tell who changed what did they change when

Select * Except particular properties in Cosmos DB with SQL API

Consider the following, I have a document that looks something like this: I want to get everything from the document EXCEPT $metadata and $version The obvious solution would be to: However, my document may expand dynamically, hence why the above is suboptimal. I therefore figured that it may be better to exclude just $metadata and $version. I looked at different

Sharding a RDBMS (SQL) database

I am reading about sharding and I understood it upto some context. But most of the material I read says that sharding (horizontally scaling) RDBMS is a challenging task. But I don’t see why NO-SQL is easy to shard and RDBMS would be tough to shard? My understanding is: some NO-SQL provides inbuilt sharding support which makes it easy to

NoSQL or SQL for Data Structure [closed]

Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it focuses on one problem only by editing this post. Closed 1 year ago. Improve this question I’m building an app, and this is my first time working with databases. I went with MongoDB because originally I

Telecommunication app database design [closed]

Closed. This question is opinion-based. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it can be answered with facts and citations by editing this post. Closed last year. Improve this question I would just like to ask or get a few expert advices/directions on building a database and architecture for a telecommunication app.

SQL versus noSQL (speed)

When people are comparing SQL and noSQL, and concluding the upsides and downsides of each one, what I never hear anyone talking about is the speed. Isn’t performing SQL queries generally faster than performing noSQL queries? I mean, for me this would be a really obvious conclusion, because you should always be able to find something faster if you know

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