I am currently working on a Spring Backend which uses realm-kotlin to create a realm-database, it is later saved as a zip file and provided via api to apps.
I am working with “nested” RealmObjects with occure in multiple places of my “root” RealmObject. Those RealmObjects have PrimaryKeys
val config = RealmConfiguration.Builder(setOf(
val realm = Realm.open(config)
// create zip
However, I observe that the resulting realm db file is much larger than a realmdb file which was created with the swift sdk.
If I dont specify UpdatePolicy.ALL (it defaults to ERROR) the creation fails due to already existing objects with already existing primary keys which is expected. However, I guess that UpdatePolicy.ALL leads to massive updates on already existing objects, resulting in a large number of object versions?
If this is the case and the problem I am not sure how to solve it with realm-kotlin. I saw that the swift sdk has a UpdatePolicy.MODIFIED which only updates when the values actually differ which is what I would need.
The java sdk has also something similar.
I would greatly appreciate any hints regarding this issue