> On Monday 27 November 2006 01:41,
> operationsengineer1(at)yahoo(dot)com wrote:
> > I'm working on an application that will need to
> > all sent and received emails in logical groupings
> - in
> > my case, each transaction will have an email
> > associated with it.
> > i can conceive of two ways to store the email
> > 1. stick all pertinent email info in a db linked
> > the transaction id.
> > 2. create a transaction id directory in the file
> > system and store a file for each email
> > with all the pertinent info within that file.
> > the user needs this functionality to provide an
> > archive of the transaction.
> > i'm not experienced enough to know the pros and
> > of either process, or if there is a better process
> > haven't thought of.
> It sounds like you have storage and retrieval needs
> based on an index. Why
> not use the database?
Sean, thanks. now that i think about it, it would be
nice to print out all the emails on one sheet instead
of look through a number of files.
i think i'll go that direction.
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