861012 wrote:Hmm did you have a look at the Oracle NoSql's technical overview page?
Hi Carlovski ,
I go through the doc and i found most of the answers. But still i have some doubts -
1 - Does oracle nosql supports LOB ? if not then how to save a word doc in nosql database ?
2- Does oracle nosql supports Full text search ?
3- Does nosql supports Geospatial Indexes ?
861012 wrote:If you understand how the NoSQL key-value pairs work, then I'm confused by your questions. From the documentation you have been pointed to
I know what documents are available on net and what key/value pair is .
ValuesSo, NoSQL doesn't care what you are storing. You can store a Word doc, a PDF, a Geospatial index, a string, or anything else you care to store. Of course, as the documentation states, your application will need to know how to generate and interpret those byte arrays.
The value field is stored as a arbitrary byte array. Oracle NoSQL Database makes no internal assumptions about the structure or the data stored > within the byte array. Mapping of the byte arrays to data structures (serialization and deserialization) is left up to the application. Applications > with very simple data requirements may use values containing simple, fixed record structures. Other applications may use values containing
complex structures, a set of named properties (name-value pairs) or other types of self-describing data formats.
There are no restrictions on the size or structure of the value field.