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Triggers and Procedures in NoSQL

jagrutkumar dalwadi
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Joined: Mar 26, 2009
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I have just read some of the blog to know about the NoSql.

Can any one suggest that is there any provision of trigger/procedures(which are there in RDBMS) in NoSql like MongoDB/Neo4j?
chris webster

Joined: Mar 01, 2009
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Each NoSQL database is different, but MongoDB does not support stored procedures or triggers. It has an interactive shell which uses a Javascript API to interact with the database, as well as a range of drivers supporting other languages such as Java and Python. I think the main focus of many NoSQL databases is on horizontal scalability via various mechanisms and data models, rather than including extra code within the database.

If you want a good overview of several different NoSQL databases, try the book Seven Databases In Seven Weeks.

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