The parent-child relationship is a powerful construct for model-driven development. It can be used with classic object-oriented languages as well as data-centric languages.
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But it's not very easy to build parent-child models in technologies such as DocumentDb, because they strongly emphasize the document model. Traditional relational databases, on the other hand, don't consider parent-child relationships and enforce that the elements are always connected by a direct relationship.
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