Hi out there …
I just started using Tamino and i’ve got the following problem:
i have a list of about 30.000 articles. I’ve put them into Tamino with the perl taminload tool. It took about 20 minutes (a bit long if i compare it to MS SQL Server).
To select articles by the “id” attribute i found out that the “~=” statement works quite faster (what’s the difference to a simple “=” statement, that takes lot more time to load ?).
No i want to select articles by their timestamp (set in milliseconds) with a “<” statement. But this takes a lot of time (min. 1 minute) … and i think that’s not acceptable for a database. Is there a faster way to select the items from the database (I’m sure i’m doing something wrong)?
The id and the timestamp field are defined as “search-type=text” in the doctype as it is described in the documentation (you remember ? … the thing with the birthdate of a patient ?)
Hope to hear from you …