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Thread: storing class in mysql

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    Default storing class in mysql

    Hi all
    I'm a little new in programming DATABASE
    but i need to store a class information to a database and when i need i want to receive it and parse it as fast as I could
    I want to crate the program theat if it need it can run on SQL Server.
    i have an ide that i will creat from the class an XML schema and read and write xml to the database.
    what do you think
    what is the best way to do it in the industry?

    tnx
    junnam


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    Default Re: storing class in mysql

    The advantage of storing information in a relation database such as MySQL is for the information to be relational (google 'database normalization' for more information). Storing objects (or full string representations of those object) somewhat defeats that purpose. I would suggest you create a schema that best represents the information you want to store, then map that information it to the appropriate interface(es) and class(es). My .02. And for what its worth, I could barely read your question given the amount of spelling and grammar mistakes. Recommend you use a spellchecker, a better translator (if you are using one), or simply spend more time writing legibly.
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