Re: NULLs: theoretical problems?
Date: Sat, 01 Sep 2007 14:17:56 -0300
paul c wrote:
> Bob Badour wrote:
>> While it might be tedious to do it right the first time, it costs the >> organization a whole lot more when the external auditor complains than >> when the compiler complains.
> The cynical view is that once one problem is removed, the auditors will
> find another in order to justify their existence. Still, I suspect most
> auditors are willing puppets of the SQL lobby, just as insidious in its
> way as the auto lobby.
It's much better if they justify their existence catching the occasional embezzler or lost receipt than meeting with the C-levels to discuss the meaningless discrepancy on some marginally relevant report. Received on Sat Sep 01 2007 - 19:17:56 CEST