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Hello, i am trying to find an approach to reduce users' queries to database by querying more records from the database using spatial locality concept. This approach will be used in a news database. The idea is users usually want to read the latest news instead of the older one. However, some user may want to read the old news. It is very similar to the implementation of this board. Can somebody give me a suggestion?
great idea...why don't u use the simple convinience that web cookies provide...store cookies with user behaviour info as cookies (or in ur own database if u like...but thats only valid if users have independent log ons or static ip's etc) and then use that information to format/sort ur resultsets? -manav
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I thought about using cookies, but some parameters may change throught the whole session. Let's say i am view today's news, very likely i want to read yesterday's news. So i will pull all today's and yesterday's news into result set and keep them in session, but presenting today's news to users. If users request for yesterday's news, i just pull the information from the session, no queries are performed. This can improve the effieciency. Is there any design pattern can acheive this purpose?
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com