[Server] create stack trouble
keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Sun Aug 7 12:27:36 EDT 2011
Why create stacks when LiveCode Server can manage data via text files or databases - the orthodox data storage options for multi-user server environments, which come complete with robust security models?
If the data is structured and suits a database approach, the inherent data storage aspects of stack, cards, fields, variables and custom properties (including arrays) can be mapped onto a data-set in a database (tables, records, fields, rows).
If databases are to be avoided - or if the data doesn't suit a database architecture - the LiveCode application structure can be mapped to a file-based storage model instead (folders, files, lines, line-items).
On 7 Aug 2011, at 14:15, Martin Koob wrote:
> I have added an enhancement request to the QCC to have 'save stack'
> implemented on LiveCode Server, Report #9664
> Is there another way to save a stack that I am missing?
> Is there a reason why allowing LiveCode server to save stacks would not be a
> good idea?
> I see it could be a way to store data without having to use a database.
> Poking around with stacks in LiveCode server has reminded me of starting out
> with Hypercard and realizing how it could be used to store and categorize
> information using stacks, substacks and cards. However if you can't save
> the stacks you have to store the data in a database and each time a page
> is loaded recreate the set of stacks and cards.
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