On 02/13/2018 09:23 PM, askpriya...@gmail.com wrote:
What is the policy regarding NoSQL datastores being used as backends ? I think
adding support for something like MongoDB might be good idea.
Could you elaborate on why you think it would be a good idea?
I believe every other time the discussion has come up the following
points have been made.
1. "NoSQL" is not a DB category, it is an anti-category
2. Because of there there is no common data model, or query languages.
3. If you limit yourself to just document stores, there is still no
common query language [but this can be hidden by code]
4. Document stores are a really really bad fit for the ORM, as it's
designed for the relational model, not document model.
5. A better approach would be to develop an ODM, which is sufficiently
compatible with the ORM you can provide similar tools like ModelForms
and ModelAdmin, as well as GCBV.
If I missed anything, I'm sure someone else will remind me.
[Also... why is it always MongoDB, instead of something with a solid
reputation of reliability and performance?]
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