I disagree completely.
I prefer to have regard to the statement of requirement, which in this case
is a concern over performance. If following conventional design rules
creates performance issues, then performance related issues come first when
In times long since gone by (I am showing my age here) client side message
response times were written into contracts. Design had to take into account
performance issues. With very high loaded web-sites as in this case, a
little time spent on lateral thinking can make a big difference and save
costs in the long run, and keeps customers happy.
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From: Martijn Tonies [mailto:m.tonies@stripped]
Sent: 22 September 2005 09:02
Subject: Re: good database design
> I need links about good database design information for high loaded web
A database design should start with the logical data-related requirements,
not with performance related issues.
IMO, of course.
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