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Post By: member_131597Post Date:   2008-03-21 04:07:27
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Major Companies using Flat File DataBase

"Major companies aeusing flat file data bases to do ecommerce! A very effective solution to cater for web transactions at fast speed."
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Very interesting topic,thanks for sharing the idea.

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Quoted from: Arun on 2008-03-24 14:38:38

Dear Friend!

Your point is look like throwing a little piece of meat in front of old lion. The information that you've given here like a news headline. We need more details about it. Today is the first time that I have heard about "Flat File Database" system.

If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

Thanks

Arun

thanks

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Thanks for the information, might be useful one day :)

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Thanks for the information.

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Intresting info, thanks!

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Quoted from: Arun on 2008-03-24 14:38:38

Dear Friend!

Your point is look like throwing a little piece of meat in front of old lion. The information that you've given here like a news headline. We need more details about it. Today is the first time that I have heard about "Flat File Database" system.

If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

Thanks

Arun

good info, thanks

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A flat file database is a database designed around a single table. Yes, for data redundant but simple for Query (minimal or witout join table process)



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Quoted from: T on 2008-03-26 07:18:20

Flat file database system means basically that the information is stored in one or more simple textfiles on the public webserver.

The advantage is that you do not need a SQL server.

We had a forum in the past that used flat file database (UBB). It was Perl too, instead of PHP. Perl (at that time) seems to be more of performance hit than PHP.

This forum had a system of directories and many txtfiles. I think that kept it performing as well as it did, it 'only' crashed after hitting 100,000+ posts.

Backing that up took hours, as you had to FTP every little txt file (no tarball option back then). While backing up a database that size is a matter of minutes or seconds with SQL.

I think flat file is nice, but for smaller applications. A nice thing about it is, that it still operates when the SQL server is down.

Hi,

What you are describing sounds more like a poorly designed backup system. I use a multi-file flat file system with hourly syncs. It take me only seconds to backup everything.

Quite frankly, I think CVS would have been better then straight FTP unless you use an FTP server with a directory compression option.



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thank you for the information

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Quoted from: Arun on 2008-03-24 14:38:38

Dear Friend!

Your point is look like throwing a little piece of meat in front of old lion. The information that you've given here like a news headline. We need more details about it. Today is the first time that I have heard about "Flat File Database" system.

If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

Thanks

Arun

good info

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Post By: member_169259Post Date:   2008-05-24 13:32:20
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Hi found good article at here with example try this out.

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Dear Friend!

Your point is look like throwing a little piece of meat in front of old lion. The information that you've given here like a news headline. We need more details about it. Today is the first time that I have heard about "Flat File Database" system.

If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

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Cool info to know! Thanks!

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Post By: member_160764Post Date:   2008-04-15 17:53:56
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The CMS I use is CNR Cutenews.ru a Russian version of cutenews which is a flatfile news script.

The russian version allows flatfile or MySQL I use it in mysql mode. It has plenty of plugins and is quite versatile. I use it on all my sites.

yesitsfree.co.uk is one of my sites that use it, I have over 400 listings.

CNR also have a very active forum.

The site is at

http://www.cutenewsru.com/

and the forum is at http://forums.cutenewsru.com/index.php

And I nearly forgot its FREE

hope this helps

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If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

Thanks

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Post By: member_160764Post Date:   2008-04-13 13:52:37
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I use a flatfile cms called cutenews it is OK depending how much you store on it, can be very slow the more you have. I have now converted to a russian version of cute news which is mysql much faster and better.

Only use flatfile if you have no database

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Post By: TPost Date:   2008-03-26 07:18:20
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Flat file database system means basically that the information is stored in one or more simple textfiles on the public webserver.

The advantage is that you do not need a SQL server.

We had a forum in the past that used flat file database (UBB). It was Perl too, instead of PHP. Perl (at that time) seems to be more of performance hit than PHP.

This forum had a system of directories and many txtfiles. I think that kept it performing as well as it did, it 'only' crashed after hitting 100,000+ posts.

Backing that up took hours, as you had to FTP every little txt file (no tarball option back then). While backing up a database that size is a matter of minutes or seconds with SQL.

I think flat file is nice, but for smaller applications. A nice thing about it is, that it still operates when the SQL server is down.

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Post By: ArunPost Date:   2008-03-24 14:38:38
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Dear Friend!

Your point is look like throwing a little piece of meat in front of old lion. The information that you've given here like a news headline. We need more details about it. Today is the first time that I have heard about "Flat File Database" system.

If you don't mind, lets us know how it work and where we can get more information about this new data system to use.

Thanks

Arun

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