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From "Warnock, Matt" <m...@rcherbals.com>
Subject RE: using H2 database for accelerated development
Date Tue, 22 Sep 2015 14:34:05 GMT
Personally I like using ramdisk for current project with rsync cron job to
write it back to hard drive (or ssd) every hour or so just in case. (In
case I forget to run that same script at reasonable stopping points.) I saw
build time go from 26 mins down to 2 minutes, just changing from hdd to
ssd. Havent tested ramdisk that way yet.
On Sep 22, 2015 7:51 AM, "Peter Arnold" <parnold@paec.cl> wrote:

> In order to not have to load to frequently the whole demo-data set which is
> being continuously modified during implementation, you can also make use
> of:
> Web Tools  ->   Import / Export ->      XML Data Import
>                                 ->      XML Data Import Directory
>                                 ->      XML Data Import Readers
> Personally I have not used the second and third option but I do use the
> first one which saves you sometimes from reloading the whole dataset.
> Reloading everything is easier (and slower), but I think that by using XML
> Data Import you are getting to know the data model in a better way and you
> can safe some time.
> This is not directly related to the database selection discussed in this
> thread but it is certainly related to accelerated development.
> Regards,
> Peter
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