traian.stanev at autodesk.com
Tue Sep 19 16:51:40 EDT 2006
You are right. DescribeSchema is a major choke point for any code that
calls it a lot. It should be cached whenever possible. That said,
MapGuide is going to (or already has) some caching of the schemas, so
it's not that critical for the provider to have a fast DescribeSchema,
unless you are worried about code other than MapGuide. However, I would
argue that competently written FDO code already avoids repeated calls to
* anything that converts FDO stuff to XML.
From: Haris Kurtagic [mailto:haris at sl-king.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 4:25 PM
To: dev at mapguide.osgeo.org
Subject: [mapguide-dev] DescribeSchema
Right now FDO command DescribeSchema is called many times while
describing Data Store and in another cases.
I have a question how should fdo provider react to this requests.
Is it supposed that provider will cach schema or is it supposed to allow
dinamicaly changing of schema (in underlaying RDBMS for example) or .. ?
Also as I see it, there is a lot of coping of fdo schema returned from
provider inside server, so it is very time consuming.
Not sure if I am looking right but it doesn't look good :)
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