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What is the difference between optimizing a top-level property and an embedded property?

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N. Kingsley

N. Kingsley

N. Kingsley
N. Kingsley, Writer, Columbus

Answered Nov 05, 2018

An architect is one who generally speaking designs houses, structures and other buildings for clients. Some of the terms that a certified architect may have to deal with include top-level property and embedded property. A BLOB is also considered to be a blob architecture. Some modern buildings have a shape that would resemble a blob. It would often not be depicted as something that looks good because blobs usually don’t look appealing.

The only way to create a blob architecture is by using a computer designing software. When this happens, the architect is not limited. The difference between optimizing a top-level property and an embedded property, a top-level property is exposed in the tablet that contains BLOB. The embedded property is exposed in a different table.

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oghassemi

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Answered Sep 10, 2017

A top-level property is exposed in the table that contains the BLOB. An embedded property is exposed in a different table.
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