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QuestionMy code keeps inserting duplicate records and I can't figure out why. Pin
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Eddy Vluggen13-Mar-23 9:37
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Ihechi Alozie wrote:
I have delayed giving management demo and they have insisted that I show something by wednesday March 15th.
Show them this message.

Ihechi Alozie wrote:
I am asked to not discard the current DB design to "work with what I have."
And how, does management know that such is better than adapting the damn thing? What programming knowledge do they bring to the table to say whether or not that is a good idea or even viable?

Would you hire a damned plumber and tell him not to use pipes? Do you tell the surgeon how to do his job? You hired a programmer for his knowledge. If yours is superior, you don't need him.

The damned db IS the problem! If you keep that, you insist on keeping the core problem. Tell the programmer to normalize the DB design first. Then migrate the DB overnight and move on.

If your toilet-selling company is listed on the stock exchange, then I will be betting on you loosing money. If I need to judge you as a company, just imagine the sound of a toilet flushing.

Let the dev do the dev thing, and you keep managing the stuff that needs managing. I'm not joking; you handicapped a dev, and set him up for failure. Now, he needs to "show a demo" of something that doesn't work because you arbitrarily decided so.

Normalize the DB. Adapt your app to work with it. Then migrate all data. Work from there or accept that the company will be "bits".

I would help your dev to do so; on the one condition that you stop interfering with his work. Trust in the employee.
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