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On 11/16/2014 5:16 PM, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
On 16 November 2014 21:57, Eric <> wrote:
I've googled a bit and did not find anything. Has anyone coupled mongodb and
base together yet?
Just curious, how would you combine relational databases with the
document-oriented ones (such as mongodb)?

I'd limit mongo to a subset of relational db. think of mongo as the black knight from Holy Grail.
Do you have use cases?
I'm preping to talk to a real estate title authority. they have 60+years of title info in the area and it is all held in informix. they generate reports on the fly (hence base) and would like to be able to add information on properties incrementally without always rewriting the schema and go through the database conversion.

Yes, there may some legal reasons why they can't do this but htat is why er are talking.

personally, I am an order of magnitude more effective with mongo than any sql database. mongo maps better to my mind than sql. I'd like a base connection so I can be more effective in my ad-hoc db tools

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