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Looping around with Rajith...: MongoDB - A Document-Oriented database (Part 1)

posted by anishaanisha 589 days, 1 hour, 42 minutes ago
Wednesday, September 05, 2012 7:56:48 PM GMT
Introduction MongoDB is a powerful, flexible and salable data store. It have some features such as secondary indexes, range queries, sorting as well as built in support for MapReduce-style aggregation. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: blog.rajithdelantha.com
tags: database, document oriented, MongoDB
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Looping around with Rajith...: Vaadin , Clojure with MongoDB

posted by anishaanisha 589 days, 1 hour, 42 minutes ago
Wednesday, September 05, 2012 7:56:01 PM GMT
In this article I'll show how to connect vaadin clojure app with mongoDB. Assume you have a basic knowledge about vaadin , clojure and mongo. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 2 | comment | | source: blog.rajithdelantha.com
tags: clojure, MongoDB, Vaadin
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Andriy Redko {devmind}: Exploiting MongoDB together with Spring Data project: basic concepts

published 590 days, 5 hours, 21 minutes ago posted by anishaanisha 593 days, 3 hours, 35 minutes ago
Tuesday, September 04, 2012 4:17:09 PM GMT Saturday, September 01, 2012 6:03:37 PM GMT
All of us are observing the explosion of NoSql solutions these days. I get used to RDBMS but those are not a solution for all kind of challenges you might have. In my recent experience I got a chance to work with MongoDB - document database. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: aredko.blogspot.in
tags: MongoDB, Spring Data
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Storing hierarchical data in MongoDB - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 615 days, 4 hours, 8 minutes ago
Friday, August 10, 2012 5:29:55 PM GMT
Continuing NoSQL journey with MongoDB, I would like to touch one specific use case which comes up very often: storing hierarchical document relations. MongoDB is awesome document data store but what if documents have parent-child relationships? Can we effectively store and query such document hierarchies? The answer, for sure, is yes, we can. MongoDB has several recommendations how to store Trees in MongoDB. The one solution described there as well and quite widely used is using materialized path. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: hierarchical data, MongoDB, Store
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Morphia and MongoDB: Evolving Document Structures - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 615 days, 4 hours, 11 minutes ago
Friday, August 10, 2012 5:27:11 PM GMT
In my previous post on Morphia, I went through some typical usages and mentioned some caveats and workarounds for known problems. I showed how easy it is to work with Morphia and how cleanly it interacts with the Java world. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: document structure, MongoDB, morphia
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Sasa Jovancic: Use JPA with MongoDb and Datanucleus

published 618 days, 10 hours, 46 minutes ago posted by vinaykumarvinaykumar 624 days, 11 hours, 50 minutes ago
Tuesday, August 07, 2012 10:52:41 AM GMT Wednesday, August 01, 2012 9:48:38 AM GMT
Web applications nowadays have huge demand for data processing, and they need to get them, process them, and displayed them fast. Traditional relational tables and big SQL engines fail to serve that purpose. NoSQL movement is on the rise. There are huge numbers of alternatives to SQL like BigTable, HBase, CouchDB, Cassandra and MongoDB. They are all fast but you'll need to implement new way to work with them, since all of them have they own query languages. It would be nice that we can use them in s... (more)
category: ORM | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: sasajovancic.blogspot.in
tags: Datanucleus, JPA, jpa2, MongoDB, NoSql
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Developing a Simple Todo Application using JavaFX, Java and MongoDB- Part-2

posted by anishaanisha 631 days, 8 hours, 18 minutes ago
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 1:20:35 PM GMT
In my previous post:I setup the objective of our sample application and named it as TodoFX (I know lot of you would have missed the naming part, lack of creativity in naming drives me create portmanteau of technology and usage of app)Created the back end for our sample application, in the process we played around with MongoDB (not much though). Continuing with the application, I would like to:Add a few updates to the model and backend APIs we had created earlierDevelop the UI for our application. This w... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javabeat.net
tags: Java, Java FX, MongoDB, TODO
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Tech for Enterprise: MongoDB in 30 minutes.

posted by vinaykumarvinaykumar 642 days, 15 hours, 14 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 6:24:49 AM GMT
I have recently been bitten by the NoSQL bug - or as colleague of mine Mark Atwell coined "Burn the Where!" movement. While I have no intention of shunning friendly "SELECT ... WHERE" anytime soon - or in foreseeable future, I did manage to get my hands dirty with some code. In this article I share the knowledge of my first attempts in NoSQL world. In this article we will aim to get a basic java application up and running that is capable of interacting with MongoDB. By itself that is not really a tal... (more)
category: JAVA | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: techforenterprise.blogspot.in
tags: MongoDB, Tutorial
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Intorduction to NoSQL databses from Thoughtworks team

published 757 days, 19 hours, 10 minutes ago posted by karlenekarlene 762 days, 3 hours, 2 minutes ago
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 2:28:49 AM GMT Friday, March 16, 2012 6:36:35 PM GMT
The link is to the article written by Martin Fowler of Thoughtworks introducing us to the concept of no sql databases and their significance in today's world. Its a note on the future of data storage in the enterprise, written primarily for those involved in the management of application development. (more)
category: Open Source | clicked: 8 | comment | | source: martinfowler.com
tags: Amazon SimpleDB, MongoDB, NoSql
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krams::: Spring MVC: Integrating MySQL, MongoDB, RabbitMQ, and AJAX - Part 1

published 740 days, 5 hours, 43 minutes ago posted by vinaykumarvinaykumar 777 days, 14 hours, 16 minutes ago
Saturday, April 07, 2012 3:55:19 PM GMT Thursday, March 01, 2012 7:22:49 AM GMT
In this article we will explore how to integrate MySQL, MongoDB, and RabbitMQ in a Spring MVC application using Spring Data JPA, Spring Data MongoDB, and Spring AMQP projects respectively. Then we'll add AJAX in the presentation layer using jQuery. For presenting tabular data, we will explore two jQuery plugins: DataTables and jQgrid. The jQgrid version will use Spring Cache support to boost performance. The ultimate purpose of this article is to demonstrate how to integrate these different projects in a... (more)
category: Spring | clicked: 17 | comment | | source: krams915.blogspot.com
tags: Ajax, Integrating, MongoDB, MySql, RabbitMQ, Spring MVC
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Yet another MongoDB Map Reduce tutorial | MongoVUE

published 793 days, 14 hours, 40 minutes ago posted by jamesjames 800 days, 16 hours, 22 minutes ago
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 6:58:48 AM GMT Tuesday, February 07, 2012 5:16:42 AM GMT
Background As the title says, this is yet-another-tutorial on Map Reduce using MongoDB. But two things that are different here:A problem solving approach is used, so we’ll take a problem, solve it in SQL first and then discuss Map Reduce. Lots of diagrams, so you’ll hopefully better understand how Map Reduce works.   The Problem So without further ado, let us get started. We’ll use the GeoBytes’ free GeoWorldMap database. It is a database of countries, their states/regions and major cities. You can ... (more)
category: Open Source | clicked: 20 | comment | | source: www.mongovue.com
tags: Map Reduce, MongoDB, Tutorial