Creat View in the SQL and than use it in the SQLObject as an ordinary table.
You can handle some more complex SQL SELECT  within the view.

Of course it is read only (I am on Firebird - maybe some other databases behave differently)



On 1 July 2010 20:38, Mark <> wrote:

> +1VIEW is, IMHO, en excelent way to go, when the SQLObject is close to its
> limits.Petr

How do you create and use a view in SQLObject?

And is not a view a tradeoff on response time vs DB size? If I create a separate
table with a million rows I may add 50mb to the DB size, but if I use a view the
DB has to select out the view each time and that 50mb may not cache.


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