|Subject||Re: [ib-support] Hypothetical Situation|
On 13 Jul 2001, at 11:41, Jason Wharton wrote:
> I suggest that only changes cross the wire and otherwise all read
> operations should be performed on a local replicated database. So, you
> setup the tunnel for the replicator to operate through and then let
> the rest of it be handled as a normal application with a "relatively"
> local database.
That makes sense, there isn't a lot that needs to really cross the
wire, so it's probably better to simply use the old dialup mechanism
the old system uses.
Thanks for the input.