Designing Databases for Forms by John Maenpaa

This month’s third article is by John Maenpaa.  John provides us with the overview of a real life project.  The choice was between JSON, XML and traditional relation structure, in order to store complex forms.  John talks about measurements and considerations. This article is a must read if you are thinking about working with JSON in your DB2.

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Kurt Struyf

SuadaSoft
IBM Gold Consultant
IBM Information Champion.

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