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answer my question on the basic of performance
if I manupulate a cache copy of "resultSet kind of thing" locally using regex and not use database to get the results like search by name or search for all the active services then what do you think my web application will be fast and scalable ?
see , i have took up a project on .net for developing an web app for "x" company , in which i have told to reduce as much as database hits , but they have not told me to use regex instead of "like" clause of mssql or mysql , it was my decision , so just to verify with you experts i m here with this question,
so tell me whether it's good practice or bad ?
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