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From Atul Dambalkar <adamb...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: Using peer classes for DatabasePsmlManagerService Implementation
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2001 21:56:24 GMT

At 01:56 PM 8/30/01 -0700, you wrote:
>on 8/30/01 10:32 AM, "Atul Dambalkar" <adambalk@cisco.com> wrote:
> > I am thinking about concentrating on defining such a schema that will get
> > easily mapped on to all databases, no SEQUENCE or any proprietary database
> > specific stuff, and follow Turbine by defining a separate ID_TABLE to store
> > the primary keys for rest of the tables. Then query ID_TABLE at start-up.
> > That way I will only have to use Village API. I am working on the Schema
> > tweaking a bit. What do you think on this approach? I am trying to get
> > information from people who have better database knowledge than me.
>Just use Torque. It is a much better solution than using bare bones Village.
>If you define idMethod="native" in Torque, then it will cause your system to
>use whatever method is native for each database to do auto-increment.
>If you define idMethod="idBroker", then Torque will use the IDBroker and the

Okay great! I will now drill through Torque.

>I don't understand why you are proposing re-implementing this wheel or doing
>things differently.

Well, I thought, it may be just an over-kill as the schema is pretty simple 
and there are no complex database operations like inner/outer joins...


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