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How to Document Document Databases?

Interesting question about documenting the “schema” of document databases on the ☞ MongoDB group. Suggested solutions:

I am not aware of any tools to help you keep in sync the UML model and your JSON/BSON structures, so I’d probably say that’s not a good long term solution (at least not in an evolving project).

Another way of documenting the structure of data stored in document databases would your model. But what I’m not very sure about is how do you maintain historical versions and mark the differences in the evolution of your data structure.

Original title and link: How to Document Document Databases? (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)