Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
A blade capable of a glue line rips so limited for all other sawing operations that I don't keep one on the saw. While I have one and use it for special occasions I don't think it makes good sense to use one as you reported- joint one side, saw the other.
Furniture factories have glue line ripped for a long time. But their machines are huge and free of vibration, saw deflection, and a host of factors that challenge a home shop table saw for glue line ripping.