Often times during the development of database applications, it is necessary to store data pertinent to the application for later retrieval. Normally, a developer would use a table with the appropriate fields for the type of data they want to store. For example, it’s very common for developers to create a “preferences” table with a field for each unique chunk of preference data they want to save. This tech note will explore an alternative way of storing “unstructured” data, without the limitations of other, more hard-coded approaches.
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