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NoSqlOnSql

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Introduction NoSqlOnSql is a strict syntactical superset of SQL; it adds NoSQL document-oriented capabilities to the SQL language. For this, it uses uses JSON-like documents, integrating them into the normal flow of SQL statements. NoSqlOnSql is based on augmenting a SQL database to support NoSQL features without any kernel changes. In this sense it is […]

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2020-11-02

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