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#Actualngoaho91

Posted 16 December 2013 - 06:14 AM

as rld says, no need to store them in database. i think you should store them in binary file, or even hard-code it in your library. database means slow on setup, and fast on query. but your query quite simple, read only. database system is suitable for huge number of query or complex query. such as you must read 100 records/second, or store 1000000 records to file, or you need to take some data that match some conditions.


#1ngoaho91

Posted 16 December 2013 - 06:13 AM

as rld says, no need to store them in database. i think you should store them in binary file, or even hard-code it in your library. database mean slow on setup, and fast on query. but your query quite simple, read only. database system is suitable for huge number of query or complex query. such as you must read 100 records/second, or store 1000000 records to file, or you need to take some data that match some conditions.


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