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1answer
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File database vs application server database for concurrent performance & bulk data

I asked a question about Ripple's database implementation, and received this response: The ripple server uses SQLite for structured data and a configurable "back end" for unstructured "bulk" ...
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Approaching multiple values in same column

I'm developing an Android-application that scrapes the schedule for my university and presents it nicely since the current system is a nightmare. I'm processing a lot of data and it gets down to ...
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1answer
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How to show the related (suggested) keywords?

We do a program for cataloging images by assigning keywords (tags) to them. An image has the following keywords "John", "Jane", "Portrait". Another image has the following keywords "John", "Jane", ...
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Performance difference search on INT or TEXT in SQLite 3

I'm a little bit confused about SQLite 3 type system. SQLite 2 was typeless with only exception of INTEGER PRIMARY KEY. I don't get if SQLite 3 are same or not.. I have in my table PRIMARY KEY of INT ...
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1answer
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Should the value of a select max be indexed when the where clause is already indexed

I have a customer_orders table in a schema designed to be shared between multiple companies. Each customer_order has an invoice number that should always start at 1 and increment based on company ...
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1answer
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Performance: order of tables in joined statement

I have the following SQL statement, running on a SQLite database on a Windows mobile device. SELECT table1.uniqueidentifier1, table1.int1, table1.varchar1, table1.decimal1, table1.decimal2 ...
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When do I use another type index than integer? (eg string) [integer vs string index]

I was reading about relational databases like sqlite and I always see the schema for user storage like: UserID (index) | Username | Password but wouldn't it be actually much faster to use Username ...
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MySQL vs SQLite on Amazon EC2

I have a Java program and PHP website I plan to run on my Amazon EC2 instance with an EBS volume. The program writes to and reads from a database. The website only reads from the same database. On ...