Subject Re: [ib-support] Off Topic, work situation
Author Nico Callewaert
Hi Lucas,

Yes, you're right, why people couldn't stick to their own job. I
collect all the advices from people and I will follow it !

Thanks a lot,


----- Original Message -----
From: Lucas Franzen <luc@...>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 11:27 AM
Subject: Re: [ib-support] Off Topic, work situation

> Nico Callewaert schrieb:
> >
> > Hi list,
> >
> > Sorry for the off topic subject, but it is really eating me. I
would like to have some advice how to deal with my (so called) chief. He's
interfering in the whole development process of the IB database, even he
doesn't know anything of RDBMS. He doesn't even know what is a index, a
primary key or a foreign key (he is a bookkeeper), and then he still has the
guts to get angry in front of many people with me when he try's to push his
"idea of database design" to me. Explaining it nicely, or asking not to
interfere anymore doesn't work. Has anyone experienced such a arrogant (so
called) chiefs and what was the solution for it ????
> >
> > Any help would be very appreciated, because I'm really pissed of today,
> > Sorry again for this off topic question,
> Same advice as Thomas, but also if you're not the only developer.
> Look for another job, you'll never get happy with that one.
> If administration is going to setup their ideas in RDBMS then you're
> lost anyway.
> Either you're the developer then it's up to you to decide which way it
> is set up or you're not the developer then you have to set everything up
> as it is said by a documentation.
> Since I doubt your boss might set up something like this I'm afraid
> you've got no otherr option then to leave (or just staying for getting
> your wage and a gastric ulcer).
> Luc.
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