mySQL or Internally?

by MP » Tue, 10 Feb 2009 06:40:32 GMT


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 Hello All,

I am currently brainstorming a project that would require offering new
content for every day of the year.  Each day the app would start with
the most recent content (text string).
I can think of two ways the app would obtain the string content:

SQL DB
Internally in the App

Would it be easier to incorporate the 365 text strings into the app?
(That a lot of entries), or have the app request the string from my
DB?  What would be your thoughts on this method?  Is there another
way?

Thanks for your time.

-MP

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