Inserting large volumes of data into SQLite - speed issues

by Marco Nelissen » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 01:02:38 GMT


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Inserting large volumes of data into SQLite - speed issues

by Gavin Aiken » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 01:10:08 GMT


 Does the data NEED to be on the device? Can it not reside on a server?
Certainly you are better to manage the synchonisation yourself rather than
bundle the 120MB lib for downloading through the marketplace. This sort of
download needs to be resumable and I would recommend users only download
with a Wifi connection.

What sort of data is this?! It would have to be incredible to justify that
size to most users, I think with a 3 hour install you have lost 99% of the
user base without even knowing if the app is any good.

Gav





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