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Home » U++ Library support » U++ SQL » Fields of the same name in diff tables
Re: Fields of the same name in diff tables [message #21721 is a reply to message #21685] Tue, 02 June 2009 10:33 Go to previous message
mr_ped is currently offline  mr_ped
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While that sounds as good workaround, having working schema in C++ is very interesting too, because you will keep your versioning of DB definitions together with code versioning (if you use SVN/etc.).
If you do all your modifications directly to DB in some admin tool, you have no history documentation. (You can fight with it by doing export of DB schema and commit that file to SVN, but it feels like additional hassle to me, I prefer simple things, so having full DB generated from the info in C++ is IMHO nice feature).
(right now I have zero C++ DB projects, all my projects using some SQL are in php, but the wish for having the full schema generated trough source does apply there too)
 
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