mysql-json-table: Using MySQL to store id-to-json tables.

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Dependencies aeson, base (<5), bytestring, conduit, exceptions, hashable, http-api-data, mysql, mysql-json-table, mysql-simple (>=0.4.8) [details]
License MIT
Author Daniel Casanueva (daniel.casanueva `at`
Maintainer Daniel Casanueva (daniel.casanueva `at`
Category Database
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Uploaded by DanielDiaz at 2024-03-23T08:53:04Z
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Using mysql to store id-to-json tables.

A table would look something like this:

id data
Row identifier JSON-encoded value

Why would you do this?

To re-use mysql-server capabilities without having to deal with table reshaping. If changes come down the road, the data content might change, but the table stays the same. JSON can easily be made compatible between versions, making for smoother releases and rollbacks. It's also simple, and I like simple.


Haddock documentation can be found here (based on the main branch).