I want to know the best performance for this scenario:
I have one page. On that page is the logged in user's client logo.
I could go to the user's client table and retrieve the logo from the database every time I hit the page.
Or I could save in a session the string for the logo when the user logs in.
Which is better on the system:
hitting the database to do this only when on that page.
vs. storing a session that will retain the value when visiting every page on the site, even though only needed on that one page.
or option C?
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