Questions tagged [nosql]

A NoSQL (often interpreted as Not only SQL) database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that is modeled in means other than the tabular relations used in relational databases.

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AWS Lambda function to update newly added DynamoDB records

Approach All data is submitted into my DynamoDB from another Lambda > API Integration function whereas the lastUpdated row gets inserted as ...
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NoSQL data model design for players in a game

I am modelling a game which can be single (player1 vs player2) or double (pair 1 vs pair 2, where each pair contains 2 players) and each game has a score. The game is group and date based e.g. Group A ...
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JS code that search through every property in a nested object

I wrote code to search by keyword, and it will check all of the values from the object property, including an array in the object. But apparently the code is not optimized as it takes some time to ...
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Aggregate query for drawing temporal statistic

I used to write simple Mongo queries, but this time I had to create an aggregate query. The purpose is to draw temporal statistic on the main page of my web app. I'm not confident about his ...
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Simple picture app for storing and viewing

Update: git repo: https://github.com/muhsinali/picture-example-minified This is my first project that I've written using Scala and the Play framework. It's a simple application that allows the user ...
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'join' MongodDB collections with a for loop

This is a very simplified version of my query. Is it acceptable to join the two collections for the client with the use of for loops? There could be up to 2,000 books, which also means there could be ...
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Cameleonica: key value store

This code is part of project Cameleonica. It is a key value store, a simple nosql file based database. This code requires an atomic ordered filesystem which means ...
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Versioning documents in Couchbase

I've just converted a class for versioning Couchbase documents from Java to C#, but I'm not 100% familiar with the Couchbase API so would like some feedback. The original class can be found here. ...
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Password reset process security

Here is what the reset link looks like that goes in an email to the user: www.webdev702.com/forgotPassword.php?empl_id=121&email=nicholasdarley@gmail.com&request_time=1432183745918&...
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Optimizing Cassandra Schema to avoid deleting data

I come from MySQL type of mind frame but have worked with MongoDB and ElasticSearch type of NoSQL. I'm using a small use case of Cassandra to able to scale a playlist format for users. In C* Summit ...
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NoSQL-based sequence generator

For my web application I have to generate a sequence of following format: <year><sometext><month><sequence> For example: ...