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From Jeff Zhang <>
Subject Re: GenericDataModel in Taste
Date Fri, 20 Nov 2009 05:09:42 GMT
Hi James,

The GenericsDataModel is just for testing when you have a small data set. It
loads all the data set in memeory so it is not for production when you have
large volumns of data. There's a JDBCDataModel class which use the data base
as the data store.

You can also have your own DataModel by implements interface DataModel.  I
am currently making HbaseDataModel which use hbase as the data store.

Best Regards,

Jeff Zhang

On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 12:09 PM, James James

> In Taste, GenericDataModel is a subclass of DataModel, which can be used to
> keep user's data. However, it seems that this model is not recommended for
> contexts when the performance is important. Are there any other data models
> that can be used in such contexts? Thanks.

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