So I’ve been finally cleaning out the old house since moving into the new apartment and dear lord the crap I’ve kept. We threw out three bags and five boxes of paper (and assorted other junk). I’ve got a bevy of books and old computer hardware to ebay or craigs list. I might just GIVE this stuff away, some of it is so useless.

Anyone want a Powermac 6100/80 AV with a SCSI zip drive?

  1. Juliane says:

    Well, I am relatively new to the MongoDB/NoSQL world meylsf, but I'll try to go through a couple of the pros/cons. In this case, I foresee the Events encompassing the Occasions, meaning, when I ask for an event, I want the occasions to come with it. The document-subdocument schema that MongoDB offers fits this well (IMO). Also, we the no schema (meaning, in the Rails case, no migrations) is attractive when you may need to change the schema later. Finally, the native JSON storage that MongoDB uses makes working with the data a bit more intuitive. However, there are certainly many cases where an RDBMS would be the right tool, like if you need transactions. The idea is to use the right tool/db for the job.

  2. Hany says:

    May 21, 2009 at 8:01 pmAtul :Hi,I have some different issue. I have ceatred a Database, DB1 which has more than 1 schema, viz, Common , User and ofcourse public . I have ceatred a LoginRole also, meUser .1. Created DB1, Common, User and tables under Common/User with owner=meUser 2. Given Privileges for all tables inside Common/User to public as well as meUser. 3. Given Priv. and Grants for Schema Common/User to meUser 4. Given Priv. and Grants for DB1 to meUserBut now when I use pgAdmin3 to exe select * from Common.myTable I get the following error.ERROR: schema Common does not exist********** Error **********ERROR: schema Common does not exist SQL state: 3F000I know I have not done something correct in Priv./Grants section because of which this error is coming. But I am not able to figure this out.Can you help me, in suggesting what might have gone wrong and how can I get this working? Atul

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