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Re: privileges in non-production

From: kathy duret <katpopins21_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 07:26:54 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <20060628142654.83751.qmail@web38204.mail.mud.yahoo.com>


I don't because grant them any special priviledges    

  I need to know what the developers are up to... this keeps me in the loop, I have to have all the scripts anyway to put new columns, etc into production. It is more work at first but I find in the long run it is less work for me since I don't have to redo stuff later.    

  for instance, if they put a column on and define it poorly, write the code around it and I find out just before it goes into production and want to change it, often I have to accept this crap because they are under a time crunch to get it in. Versus if I had to do if from the start and have the do it correctly from the start, I don't have the issue later on down the line and in production!    

  My 2.5 cents worth (have to charge extra to make up for the price of gas)    

  Kathy Duret

Jeffrey Beckstrom <JBECKSTROM_at_gcrta.org> wrote:

      Wondering what other people do in granting privileges to developers in non-production. Do you grant system (update any table) privilege or privilege to the individual tables.    

  Jeffrey Beckstrom
Database Administrator
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Cleveland, Ohio 44113                  



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