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Posted 1 Dec 2015fighting bureaucracy.
Making a bugfix change to a core system
so i have to fill out a change control form
then I explain the change to my manager
then get a request from the end user for an explanation. So i spend time re-documenting everything in a broken down form so they understand
then i have to explain the change to the change control manager
aaaand now the same end user has requested a meeting so that i can explain the change to their team
Kind of feel like giving them all the finger and telling them to just live with the bug
Posted 30 Nov 2015just checking,
is this a typo here or did you copy and paste this?
string connStr = @"Data Source=(LocalDB)\MSSQLLocalDB;AttachDbFilename=C: \Users\John\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Projects\ConsoleApplication1\ConsoleApplication1\ProductsDB.mdf;Integrated Security=True";
theres a gap between c: and \users
And does that db file actually exist already?
entity frameworks handles a lot of database maintenance for you BUT personally i believe you should get a decent understanding of manually handling how db connections can work before you start letting the system handle that for you
Posted 23 Nov 2015our lead business analyst just asked why we don't hire an oracle specialist to help build our MSSQL datawarehouse because it's just a bit of syntax change right....
Posted 19 Nov 2015Our lead dev is having a massive sulk because our manager (and supposed "architect") totally weaseled the credit for a massive chunk of work in front of our CTO.
Posted 18 Nov 2015well good news, congrats!
Any chance you could post you're solution so anyone looking in future can learn from it?
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