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comment Rich client persistence without a database
For a couple of reasons. Firstly, it won't solve our issue (we'd still be loading every row out of the DB) plus we'd have to hand-craft the SQL to do it. I'm not sure it would give us anything, especially for the effort involved.
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Essentially, it's simulation app where users are either editing or running the model. Running requires everything to be loaded, and it's very rare that a user edits without running afterwards. We decided to front-load the IO cost rather than leaving it until the first run. Hope that clarifies things.
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