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Thread: Loading data in model vs store

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    Hello,

    What is the difference/advantage of loading data in a model vs loading data via a store?

    I can define a rest proxy in my model to load the data and do all operations. I can also do the same by defining a store and specifying the model. Why would I want to use a store? What situations demand using such a store?

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    A store is for a group of records, a model is for a single record (typically).
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