Hello all, Thanks for replying.
On Thu, 2011-06-23 at 17:19 +0200, Charlie Clark wrote: > The indices do have to be updated every time you add, delete or modify > an object. This is one of the reasons for the event system you were > asking about the other week. As the size of sm['intids'] were getting incremented as and when new objects were added, without me doing anything explicitly about it. I was of the notion that I don't need to explicitly update the indexes. If I subscribe for 'IContainerModifiedEvent' for the container of 'Client' object and update the indexes, then I think I'll miss out if just the attributes of 'Client' object is modified. So, I think along with this I should subscribe for 'IObjectModifiedEvent' of 'Client' object. Will this be sufficient? Is there any other better way of doing this? -- Joshua Immanuel HiPro IT Solutions Private Limited http://hipro.co.in
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