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Re: OT: Ways of managing changes to a database's structure during a project.

by tilly (Archbishop)
on Feb 05, 2004 at 00:43 UTC ( #326644=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to OT: Ways of managing changes to a database's structure during a project.

You can always scream loudly when database changes are requested and when it doesn't work complain bitterly that it is too hard to keep changing the database arbitrarily.

I don't necessarily recommend this, but it certainly seems to be a popular approach...

(However given the troubles of synchronizing revision control releases and databases, I'd certainly suggest that database changes should be viewed as fairly costly.)

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[erix]: lazyness-driven inventio :)
[erix]: "the dog ate my homework"
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