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A database is an organized collection of data. It is the collection of schemas, tables, queries, reports, views, and other objects. The data are typically organized to model aspects of reality in a way that supports processes requiring information. Use this tag if you have questions about designing a database. If it is about a particular database management system, (e.g., MySQL), please use that tag instead.

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Is there a json schema file for eos that defines accounts, keys, transactions, blocks, etc

Is there a json schema file or data-model for eos that defines accounts, keys, transactions, blocks, etc...
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make nodeos use mongod.conf to change dbpath

Currently when trying to use the mongodb plugin, I get this error 2018-10-11T15:47:15.635 thread-0 mongo_db_plugin.cpp:513 handle_mongo_excepti ] mongo exception, mongo init, line 1391, code ...
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How to give and check relationship between two smart contracts?

I am working on two smart contracts Users and Groups. The relation is one user can have many groups. Can I have such a relation in these smart contracts? After smart contract deployment and data ...
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How to set up demux-js-postgres?

I was going through the documentation of demux-js-postgres by EOSIO and I would say the documentation is not very informative. There is no instruction on how to run it and eventually connect it to ...
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How efficient is the EOSIO software for distributed locking, relative to other database software?

I am researching the best software for distributed locking purposes, and came across this article: https://martin.kleppmann.com/2016/02/08/how-to-do-distributed-locking.html I think the Redlock ...
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Can we use mongodb store state?

I read chainbase and fork database, I understood chainbase which stores user state and fork database which stores blocks. So Can I use mongodb to store user state and ignore chainbase? If it can, we ...