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From philipina <sono_...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: AW: Torque is very slow to do a .copy of an object :( Why?
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2007 08:22:25 GMT

I tried to use the function .copy(false) but apparently this one does not
exists (I'm using torque 3.2-rc2) :( 

Alain 


Thoralf Rickert wrote:
> 
> Hi!
> 
> Could you try a myObject1.copy(false) to avoid making a deepcopy.
> 
> bye
> Thoralf
> 
>> I'm using torque to connect to my Mysql database.
>> I'm trying to improve performence of my application and I saw 
>> that torque is taking more than 600 ms to execute a command like:
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> Object1 myCopiedObject1 = myObject1.copy();
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> 
>> Torque is only slow if I have a lots of data in my DB. I 
>> cannot understand this! a copy should only do the work in 
>> memory and not access the DB.
> 
> 
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