thats a bit of a "how long is a piece of string" question really.
I would say that it may or may not be a problem ;)
For really large volumes of data, people normally may filter it if they have
some basic criteria they can use, and the data comes from a database etc.
Relational databases are good as fishing for data from a large set, they are
designed for that specifically. Havign said that, the "from" keyword
in 3.1will certainly help with that, as you can have a query embedded
data from a datasource only when needed.
On 3/29/07, vista2007 <my_vista2007(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
I want to validate a large volume of data which is asserted to the working
fcats. Is this feasiable for an application ? Is there a way to implement
this efficiently and without memory problums ?
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