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Re^2: Yet another reason to use DBI placeholders

by TGI (Parson)
on Dec 12, 2008 at 22:10 UTC ( #730061=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Yet another reason to use DBI placeholders
in thread Yet another reason to use DBI placeholders

It all depends how automated your order fulfillment system is. And what information the people involved have.

If all the person in charge of completing a work order to fulfill the customer order only knows that Customer X needs to have Product Y shipped for delivery on Tuesday, then no one would know about the billing error for a while.

If the error is smaller, say a $20 item for $5, the error might not be caught unless there is a sudden surge in orders.

This kind of thing could get ugly.

TGI says moo

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[Lady_Aleena]: Would you use a module that is almost 150 characters to type with the use and importing all subroutines?
[LanX]: use module :all ?
[Lady_Aleena]: Lax, that would take it down to a little less than 100 characters. The module name is nearly 80 characters long.
Lady_Aleena has fumble fingers today.
[Lady_Aleena]: Sorry for the name typo LanX.
[LanX]: never lad_ena!
[LanX]: ;)

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