As a user i want that the data is stored in a (mysq) database, so it has the full benifits of a seperatie application/database application.
When the app is using an database like mysql, information is stored and accessable by others (if needed) and extra functionality can be build opun that like reports etc. Also database will be a lot of faster and easier to backup/restore.
Statement from Kunagi Team
Kunagi uses XML files as a data storage. It is infeasible to move that to a database approach, espacially because there is no clear gain.
Issue is closed.
Mon, Nov 22, 2010, 13:04 by Witek (SM,T)
I can not imagine Kunagi with a SQL database. This would make everything even more complex and extremely slow down the development process and the application itself.
But I have already thought about something like CouchDB. This would match with our development approach and provide a standardized REST API.