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Document Databases and Mapping Tools

A lot of people complained about the object-relational impedance mismatch and the issues raised by using object-relational mapping frameworks. Some of them advocated the transition to NoSQL databases. But now Iā€™m seeing a lot of object-document mapping. So where are we going?

Update: Looks like we also have schema migration tools for document stores (see ā˜ž this).