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on ‎02-02-2011 02:55 AM

Changing the database design while users are logged in would producse very nasty results.

 

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by dpartonginno
on ‎02-02-2011 03:11 AM

But surely there must be a way of holding these changes which are then applied once active users are logged out, thus negating the need to lock the database or produce "nasty results"?

by Bronze Contributor chieff
on ‎02-02-2011 04:17 AM

Yes there is.  In another Microsoft SQL-based CRM product, the Administrator can add tables and fields and at some point, they 'Publish' the changes, without having to kick anyone out.  If you're going to play with the big boys, you've got to wear big boy pants.

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