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MongoDB: Dealing with Schema(less) Databases

What I get with Mongo is a pretty organic type of database. I can add stuff as i need it without worrying about writing DML/DDL and managing that. […] Because it is such and unstructured system, I’ve built structure into it by creating an API which the application layer talks to. The rule is that if you need to talk to the DB, you talk via the API, not directly.

How would you deal with schema free data sources in multi-applications single database environments?

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