The javadoc of the getListItemModel method of the abstract class ListView
states that
 "Subclasses may provide their own ListItemModel with extended
functionality. The default ListItemModel works fine with mostly static lists
where index remains valid. In cases where the underlying list changes a lot
(many users using the application), it may not longer be appropriate. In
that case your own ListItemModel implementation should use an id (e.g. the
database' record id) to identify and load the list item model object."..

I am in situation where the list is not static and the application is used
by many users.. Can you provide a sample implementation of the
getListItemModel method for this situation?

Thank you!
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