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The purpose of this paper is to present a comparative study between a non-relational MongoDB database and a relational Microsoft SQL Server database in the case of an unstructured representation of data, in XML or JSON format. We mainly focus our presentation on exploring all the possibilities that each type of database offers us, in the case that the data, which has to be stored, cannot or is not wanted to be normalized. This is a scenario most often found in production when, for thedoi:10.14569/ijacsa.2016.070433 fatcat:kg3s6qfwnbemxnkiaxakyr4oaq