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jonathanr

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  1. Hi Niranjan,

     

    In the last release, we have introduced Caspio REST API. Now, when creating a web services profile, you can select between REST and SOAP protocols. What you mentioned in your message is related to SOAP protocol. You can select make your selection between the 2 protocols by using the radio buttons. REST being selected by default, if you want SOAP, you will need to select SOAP. 

     

    Best,
    Jonathan

  2. Hi Shubunkinsoft,

     

    We understand your concern, and that is one of the reasons we are offering the ability to host your application in the AWS center in Ireland.  It allows you to comply with many of the regulations of the European Union.  Your data will never leave the EU and it will remain within the premises of that datacenter.

    A month ago, AWS announced a new datacenter in Frankfurt, Germany.  We might be expanding our operations there, primarily for “closer proximity to the end userâ€.  If we do so, you will have the option to relocate your application to this datacenter also.

     

    Regards,

    Jonathan

  3. Hi BethFoss,

     

    In fact, Caspio pricing has changed last night. We have introduced a new Startup Plan but we have kept a free plan. But you will have to create a new account at https://free.caspio.com. If you want to keep what you have built, you can export your DataPage with dependencies and Import in your new free account.  

     

    I hope this help.

    Best,

    Jonathan

  4. Hi Chad,

     

    This is a very good question.

     

    To answer the first part about data usage, there is no difference between using a table versus a view.

     

    For the second part of your question, if you create a view based on a subset of your table, your view will be faster. For example, if you have a table with 40 fields and you create a view based on this table with only 10 fields, then your view will speed up the call.

     

    Now, if you do a view with a join between 2 tables, it will be slightly slower than using a table by itself. Having said that, for most of the case it will be insignificant to the end users.

     

    I hope this help.

     

    Regards,

    Jonathan

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