Bram <> wrote:

> You may want to consider splitting the databases.

That's a "six of one, half a dozen of the other" choice really. In this case, 
it's not too likely that you'd be wanting to add or abandon data sources, but 
I'd probably also use separate files.
The main reason for splitting them would be to allow complete independence of 
updates. As it is, you have different update periods for the two data sources, 
that alone says to use separate data files.

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