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MarkLogic, LexisNexis, XML, and Search

The lessons to be learned from the story about LexisNexis and MarkLogic—GigaOm and PR announcement—are quite simple:

  • Put XML into an XML database, objects into an Object Database, JSON into a document database, relational data into a relational database and you’ll get the best results
  • the better the data store understands the structure of your data, the better search results should be

Original title and link: MarkLogic, LexisNexis, XML, and Search (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)