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From Jo-Erlend Schinstad <>
Subject Re: Modeling a tree in couchdb.
Date Wed, 28 Dec 2011 22:08:01 GMT
Den 27. des. 2011 17:32, skrev Ted Zlatanov:
> How big is this document?  If it's like the TreeModels I've used, maybe
> you can simply keep the whole connectivity data (the edges of the graph)
> in one document, and the nodes have one document each.  That way you can
> load or update the graph in one shot; replication is simpler;
> consistency is better (at worst, a node is missing).  Renumbering is
> easier as well, since you just load a single document, rewrite it, and
> save.
> If this is a huge tree or you expect multiple clients to update the
> connectivity graph this is not a great solution.
> Ted
Thanks for the suggestion. Interesting idea. The problem is that I want 
this to be a general solution, which means I don't know how big it will 
be or whether it'll be accessed simultaneously by different users.

Jo-Erlend Schinstad

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