|Subject||Re: Composite vs single column keys|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bogdan" <bogdan@...> wrote:
>I have already been told be the lead programmer, in no uncertain terms, that we will be using stored procedures over his dead body. I'm fighting a serious case of "If it ain't Cobol, it ain't shit". It's going to take time to win this battle. In the meantime, I have to give him what he wants. If nothing else, I will be able to say "I told you so" when it turns out to not work as well as it should.
> >You get the general idea. If we are going to make any forward progress with
> this we have to be able to put it into terms that the existing programmers
> are willing to work with. Otherwise, they will simply dig in their >heals
> and nothing will get done. Doesn't really matter if it is the "right" way to
> do it.
> Just show them (Cobol programmers - i used to be one of them long time ago)
> SQL procedures, and they will be happy.