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I'm curious if anyone know the reasons for the design decision to store node access permissions in an XML file instead of using a database table.
Sure the use of database would result in much quicker queries for checking access permissions for a user - when you are serving or checking large amounts of nodes for access, eg in a search situation of protected content, the access permissions KILL site performance
Has anyone out there found a way of pulling these permissions from an xml file into the database?
It is really frustrating that the public access is stored in an XML filed (access.config).everytime we are publishing a new release we MUST remember to copy the old accessfile to the new release else all access data is gone.
I'm also curios why it's stored this way, is it a design flaw? i cannot see the benefit doing it like this.
Is there really no answer to this? feels kind of strange that you store such important data in a file wish might accidentally get deleted or even forgotten when doing releases.
Is there a plan to change this or is it already an option to store it in the database instead?
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