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in thread Any NoSQL equivalents of an ORM?
Heh. Very much not.
My current "design braindump" includes the following features:
- Create and maintain schemas for complex objects.
- Maintain bidirectional object relationships. (Think master-child relationships - from the master you should be able to find the children, and each child needs to know its master. This should be automatically maintained.)
- Ability to dump networks of related objects.
- Ability to load them elsewhere.
- A conflict resolution algorithm in case two different clients updated an object at the same time without seeing what the other was doing.
In short I'm really tackling the sort of problems that an ORM on top of a relational database makes easy.