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Re: Dynamic SQL to disable constraints.

From: Louis Frolio <>
Date: 21 Sep 2004 05:26:02 -0700
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Daniel Morgan <> wrote in message news:<1095730389.636770_at_yasure>...
> Louis Frolio wrote:
> > Sybrand Bakker <> wrote in message news:<>...
> >
> >>On 20 Sep 2004 08:57:30 -0700, (Louis Frolio) wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >>>At least they should not make that
> >>>assumption without having all the facts laid out in front of them.
> >>
> >>You didn't present those facts upfront, didn't you?
> >>So why would anyone be clairvoyant and 'assume' it was this type of
> >>operation?
> >>And if so: why use dynamic sql?
> >
> >
> > I did not put that up front because you did not need to know that up
> > front to answer my question. Why do you have to be so damn
> > pugnacious? Just answer the query I posted, that is all, it was that
> > simple. If you did not know the answer then you should have not posted
> > an "out of context" reply.
> >
> > Why does this forum have to be so confrontational? It seems that
> > there are a few folks (hint, hint) that are always in people's faces.
> > Do you really get off on displaying your knowledge of software?
> >
> > Please, do not be so damn ignorant and rude, how many people do you
> > figure you scare away each day out of fear that you will belittle them
> > for asking the mundane question.
> >
> >
> > Mr Bakker it is time for you to grow up and stop being the usenet
> > bully, nobody likes a bully. Further, this forum is not just for
> > you but for the community as a whole.
> >
> > Best, Louis Frolio.
> I want to add my name to the posting by Hans Forbrich.
> I too sometimes cringe at people's use the English but then I expect
> more than a few cringe at mine. That said no one here is being paid
> to do anything at all. Accept that which is offered with grace.

Daniel, although I disagree with your opinion I respect what you have to say because you convey your opinion with respect. Others here are nothing less that than arrogant human beings who in my opinion derive some pleasure out of flaming people. What gets me is that what we do as DBA's is not rocket science, we are simply managing data and using a particular software to do it. I am utterly floored at times when I see these people strut their stuff like they are cock of the walk; again I say this is not rocket science. I want to once gain reiterate that my original post was exclusively about PL/SQL and not about dba best practices. If you read some of the posts to my question, especially the ones where the negativity shines through, you will see the response has nothing to do with PL/SQL. I just hope that people can learn to be more sympathetic to others and if they can't say something positive or relevant then they should just keep quiet. Even across cultural boundaries I would hope that this is self evident and within the boundaries of common sense, perhaps I wrong but hopefully I am not.

With that said I will drop this.

Regards, Louis Frolio Received on Tue Sep 21 2004 - 07:26:02 CDT

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