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Re: synchronization with heterogeneous tables and referential integrity

From: Cris Carampa <cris119_at_operamail.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 09:43:41 +0200
Message-ID: <435c90d4$0$8485$5fc30a8@news.tiscali.it>


DA Morgan wrote:

> Given that SQL Server is incapable of providing a point-in-time valid
> view of the data how are you planning to manage an accounting
> application between two very different database concepts?

Perhaps my almost-zero knowledge of SS prevent me to fully understand your answer, but I was thinking about a night synchronization job. For my application is OK to "see" the accounting data the day after they are inserted into the accounting application. Can I assume that at e.g. midnight SS is capable of providing me a valid view of the data, giving that last accounting information is inserted into the system at 5:30 PM maximum?

Thank you. Kind regards,

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Cris Carampa (cris119_at_operamail.com)
Studente fuori corso di Iconologia Braille
FacoltÓ di Irrilevanza Comparata
Received on Mon Oct 24 2005 - 02:43:41 CDT

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