save dialogue stuck
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Mon Feb 23 12:00:38 CST 2004
I am working on an addition to Panorama at the moment and before now
had never heard of it. When I saw your reference below I was floored.
Do you know anything else about Panorama?
I need to emulate a demo where it appears to interact with Panorama. It
does not actually have to but I need it to look like it is.
I was going to do this in Rev with screen shots of Panorama mixed with
Rev fields to show how our addition would work if included.
Are Pano and Rev related at all???
I don't really have time to learn Pano to do the demo from within it.
I saw the scripting in Pano and it looked different than Rev.
what are your thoughts??
Thanks in advance,
On Feb 23, 2004, at 11:41 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> Scott Raney used to recommend that stacks not go above
> > 3-5,000 cards or so before being moved to a more formal
> > database. That isn't a hard number, just a suggestion.
> That's predicated on the assumption that you're using a stack as a
> flat table. If you use arrays or tab-delimited chunks in custom
> properties you can safely exceed that by many times; I've been working
> with a data set here of about 50,000 records in a simple list, and my
> WebMerge product processes exported databases as tab-delimited text
> quickly -- we have some customers processing 100,000 records without a
> Of course, keep in mind it's all RAM-based so if your records are
> large you may get tight on memory. But like the old Panaroma database
> product shows, RAM-based databases can be viable in many
> Richard Gaskin
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Thomas J. McGrath III
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