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I'm trying to think through what a solution to the same problem would look like in a No SQL/document database (specifically Mongo DB), and how it would be solved in a uniform way. Not decided yet--still tinkering and have not even finalized the choice of back ends yet (although Mongo DB looks extrememly likely).

Would it be as simple as creating version numbers for documents, and never overwriting them? I have been tinkering with No RM (C#), and I like some of the names associated with that project, so it seems very likely to be the choice.

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I've heard this called row versioning, a log table or a history table (I'm sure there are other names for it).

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I haven't used it myself, but from what I could find, it adds a version number to each document.

Older versions are embedded in the document itself.

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