Hi Again,
Slight update on one of my previous answers. Please see below.

On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 9:55 AM, Lewis John Mcgibbney <

permanently included in the generated data bean. This way you know the
Schema when you read your data. You can see an example here


public static final org.apache.avro.Schema SCHEMA$ = new
blah blah blah

i would therefore question a justification as to why you _need_ to store
the Schema with the data. Gora enables you to _almost_ forget about complex
mappings and underlying data modeling. We want to make it easy for people
to persist their data into a whole variety of underlying NoSQL stores. As a
data serialization library Avro seems to be working well for us in this
respect at this point in time.

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