Complex data type
defines a composition of simple and/or complex data types
What should exist is a "range" or perhaps an "interval" complex data type
that consists of a start and a stop date, yet could still be considered a single attribute and could be "matched" directly against an external date to respond positively/negatively saying this "interval" was/wasn't active at that point-in-time Maybe "data type" is an imprecise term, maybe "domain" would be more appropriate, but the terms both have spilled across each other.
A revamped tag system for improved handling of complex data types
According to Gartner, the result will be access to more data sources, including more complex data types
; a broader and more sophisticated range of analytics capabilities; and the empowering of a large audience of analysts throughout the organization, with a simplified form of data science.
However this advantage becomes a big issue in the life science database applications because of the lack of support for complex data types
That's the Vendor Neutral Archive approach, which can cope with both complex data types
such as radiology images but also other sorts of clinical data--including scanned documents, when wedded to a proper Content Management platform.
The purpose-built Aster architecture was specifically developed to handle complex data types
that do not fit neatly into rows and columns.
These are powerful and, by necessity, complex data types
to learn for aspiring programmers, but good examples in the chapter are of great help.
XML schemas enable the developer to require that documents contain specific data types for tags, as well as create user-defined complex data types
, data ranges, and masks.
The SoundView survey includes such other prominent indicators for the RDBMS market as which database vendor is of most strategic importance to companies, spending intentions by application type, purchase criteria (scalability, experience, data warehousing support and price), and spending intentions for hardware platforms and emerging DBMS architectures for complex data types
"We took a long look at what parts were relevant." Missed out is support for complex data types
, typically not used for embedded applications, and some of the complexities of the registry.