This section provides recipes for managing documents:
Documents are conceptually equivalent to records in SQL databases. The major differences are:
Documents have no specific schema. The structure of one document can be completely distinct from any other document.
There is built-in constraint mechanism available to enforce a particular structure on any field of a document.
Null values are not stored.
Documents are stored as immutable events: document modifications are stored as separate events, including deletions. This feature allows you to perform point-in-time queries.
For more information, see Documents
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