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    AIR desktop app (Windows 7) - Big data set, XML or SQLlite?

    I am developing an AIR desktop application for a Windows 7 touch screen kiosk that needs to access and allow users to search a set of data, which could initially contain anywhere between 17,000 and 100,000 records. Each record could have perhaps 15 to 20 fields, and all the data will be stored locally on the computer, and updated with new data by memory stick, perhaps once per month. The kiosk will not be connected to the internet.

    Can anyone offer any advice as to the viability / limitations of using XML, SQLLite, or some other means of data storage, to access this information from an AIR application?

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    Hi,

    Dont use Air sorry, but does this help you http://corlan.org/2008/09/02/storing...ocally-in-air/

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    Use SQLite (.dll) is faster than XML.
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    Hi,

    I believe the link provided solid code and explanations to the question.

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    Ain't time to click links, sorry. Have a nice day.
    Already mastering AS3. It was so fun. Now into Javascript and PHP and all its libraries

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    Hi,

    Oh well, perhaps you should look before jumping in, the guy has never been back either.
    usual routine of just giving random answers again.

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    Hi,

    according to you, we do not have to look previous answers to provide an answer. Have a nice day.
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    Hi,

    Did I!

    Just answer the questions Angel.

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