I'm writing a python script which will be used to import new products from CSV files via XML-RPC. The script itself does what it's ment to do, but I'm just wondering if I should really create product.template for every product I create through XML-RPC or should I use the same product.template for all created products and update the product.product data separately? (Or overwrite the same product.template over and over again?)
In all the examples I have seen, everyone seems create a new template for every product created through XML-RPC. Is there some specific reason behind this that I'm not aware about?
Isn't creating new product.template for every new product going to increase the database size with garbage data during time of usage?
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