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|Should I be using XML to store configuration values in a database?|
|25/12/2015 9:47 am by Theo in Programming Languages|
There are a couple of answers on SE comparing single-row table vs.
name-value-pair table used for config settings, but I haven't seen
anyone arguing for using XML (or JSON) as a name-value pair
UserID AppID ParamID Value
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|Which approach would be better for persisting these overridable configuration keys and values? A simple key-value store, or a graph database?|
|30/11/2014 1:05 am by ivoidwarranties in Programming Languages|
I'm creating a system where there are config keys and values. So
config.key = 10
Is an example of a configuration key and a value. These keys can
also have overrides based on "dimensions". So for example, if we
wanted to apply
|Best way to store the configuration values/settings in Windows Phone 8|
| by digiram in Programming Languages|
Since there is no default configuration file In a WP8 app, what is
the best way to store the configuration values, e.g. WCF service URL,
User Name and Password. I want these values to be available and
updatable when phone restarts and app is closed.
|Why store lookup values (combobox values) in the database instead of having them on the html page?|
| by Guilherme Costa in Programming Languages|
What are the typical arguments in support of storing combo-box
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|is it better to store platform configuration in database or a file?|
| by rcpratt in Programming Languages|
currently we are developing an app in which we use database table
to store platform settings, like maximum file size, maximum users
number, support email, etc.
it means that each time we
add a platform setting we have to add a column to this table.
in my previous projects
|Configuration values in a relational database?|
| by Andrew Forbes in Programming Languages|
Lets suppose I'm building a web application and wonder where to
store configuration values (e.g. key-value pairs). It is expected that
those pairs will be looked up by keys.
What are the
advantages and disadvantages of storing those values in a relational
database in comparison to sto
|What are the pros and cons for using a database to store configuration information compared to a File System|
| by Jouni in Programming Languages|
Suppose you are tasked with writing a web application that must
store configuration information in some format. What are the benefits
and drawbacks for storing these configuration information in a
relational database compared to storing the information in a file?
Configuration options may include
|How to keep values in sync between an XML configuration file and a database table?|
| by Jerome in Programming Languages|
I'm structuring in a hierarchical way in levels. By example.
|How to Store the values in database|
| by yhelothar in Programming Languages|
Hi to all,
I'm new to the android. How to store
the values in database from the text box.Any one Can you help
|Store RGB values in database|
| by JustinDSN in Programming Languages|
I never had to do this before and never even thought about this
before. How can i or what is the best way of storing RGB values in the
I thought of couple of options. The most obvious
one being 3 byte columns to store the R,G and the B.(I dont want to go