JSON and the Arguments

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 08 Sep 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Now that we’re getting better support for storing JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) in databases, what is it really giving us? Whatever else, the technique of “stuffing data into a JSON blob and adding an index” doesn’t always absolve us from the task of carefully designing and normalizing our database schema. There are many advantages, I’ll …The post JSON and the Arguments appeared first on Simple Talk....

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