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  1. Thread: String keys

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    I agree, using string, or even partially string...

    I agree, using string, or even partially string in compound keys, does have it's drawbacks in this version, specifically because of the way they are compared. The results are often not what one...
  2. One way that would work for sure is if you...

    One way that would work for sure is if you implement a custom persistence class. It isn't a bug, as far as I can tell. It's just a feature that hasn't been on the list of features to be implemented. ...
  3. OK I finally figured out the StressBuffer thing....

    OK I finally figured out the StressBuffer thing. I actually re-invented something like it before I realized what it was I had done... haha.

    I was building a massive 'inverted index' for a custom...
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    saulius saved me the trouble of writing that same...

    saulius saved me the trouble of writing that same code. thanks for that.
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    if you don't want to build STSDB on mono, just...

    if you don't want to build STSDB on mono, just use the binary from the download built for windows under mono 2.10.2 runtime. worked for me with zero config :)
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    Hah! Thanks. I really appreciate your...

    Hah! Thanks. I really appreciate your responsiveness to my questions.
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    How do we know the count of the 'wasted' blocks?

    How do we know the count of the 'wasted' blocks?
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    thanks! and very cool too.

    thanks! and very cool too.
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    Sorted Storage of the Keys

    How is the sorted storage of the keys accomplished? Is it a b+ tree structure, or is it the physical file layout? When new ones are written is this accomplished in Append Only or is it actually done...
  10. Yup. It may prevent one from creating extra...

    Yup. It may prevent one from creating extra 'secondary' indices as well since it would allow for more efficient queryabilty.. for example on those that want only one possible value for part of the...
  11. So since Forward() enumerates, and that is not...

    So since Forward() enumerates, and that is not enough in a lot of cases to find a small set, I can still see a great need for the ability to set 'goal post' constraints at each level of subkey. This...
  12. "The subkeys order in STSdb is Big Engian. " ...

    "The subkeys order in STSdb is Big Engian. "

    Ah, I get it. Sorry for being so dense about it. I guess I'll have to stick to extra filtering inside that Forward loop.

    Thanks
  13. After carefully considering what you've said, I...

    After carefully considering what you've said, I think the following statement is true:

    the XTable.Forward() method only uses the next subkey to 'break ties' with the preceding subkey when the...
  14. While it's nice to be right, I'm actually not...

    While it's nice to be right, I'm actually not happy I'm right... I thought these were all AND conditions... this potentially means a lot of my code is wrong now... *sigh*

    Well, the devil you...
  15. I'm not following... the condition was to be an...

    I'm not following... the condition was to be an AND condition... which should be the intersection not an OR condition which would be the union of each of the 'subkey' matches... Gain is not <=...
  16. I was trying to import large data with strongly...

    I was trying to import large data with strongly randomized keys. 40million records.
  17. I realize that they're composite keys, but thanks...

    I realize that they're composite keys, but thanks for the explanation. I was specifically focused on the fact that you pulled everything out of the table definition and stuck a 'true' in as a dummy...
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    Thanks for the clarification.

    Thanks for the clarification.
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    ForwardGroup? ReverseGroup?

    What is the ForwardGroup method?

    It takes one key as a parameter, and in the comments I see that it's equivalent to calling Forward(key,key)... how is that useful? I'm just trying to understand,...
  20. Various Questions (XKey and Bool indexes, Strings, StressBuffer)

    Hi, first time poster, long time reader.

    I've been playing around with this quite a bit and I really like what I see in general. I have a few questions though:

    I noticed in the example where...
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