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Convert JSON SQL queries from an Oracle database to a PostgreSQL database

Customers use semi-structured or unstructured data storage for various business use cases, which is schema-less and flexible in nature. One such type of semi-structured data is JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). JSON stores data in the form of KEY, VALUE, LIST, and ARRAY formats. Oracle Database stores JSON object data in CLOB data type columns. PostgreSQL […]

Using JSON with MySQL 5.7–compatible Amazon Aurora

What’s the big deal about JSON support in MySQL 5.7? MySQL 5.6 supports numeric, date and time, string (character and byte) types, and spatial data types. Although this is a broad set of supported types, these primitive data types can limit your flexibility to evolve an application. If you use MySQL 5.6, you have two […]