Compare Schema classes to database
s-e.bjorling at enviro.se
Fri Sep 16 07:08:14 UTC 2022
Sorry for forgetting names - I use an approach presented by a Canadian professor at one of the Omnis events - defining the SQL row and list classes directly from the actual database model at the server. When choosing between the map and reality I choose reality. Those variables as templates are then stored in a core list after they also has been prepared for worker approach for data access. When I need a SQL row variable class I copy it from the list - use of $definefromsqlclass is three times more performance expensive than copying an existing row variable. Not great impact in fat client but might create heavy workloads in heavily used mobile app systems.
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> 15 sep. 2022 kl. 18:39 skrev Andrew Stolarz <stolarz at gmail.com>:
> Hi All,
> Is there an easy way to compare my Schema classes in Omnis to my MySQL
> Anyone else do something like this?
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