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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • two things (Score:2, Insightful)

    by derby (3342) on 2003.03.18 9:03 (#18025)
    1. I don't necessarily agree with your stance but I respect your opinions and I have no problem with you airing them here.

    2. I too work with a very SQL intensive web app and I'm convinced that no matter where the SQL winds up (cgi, modules, stored proc), it ends up being a big ball of mud. It takes a lot of planning and a lot of discipline to keep the SQL where you've decided to keep it. Too many times we look for technical solutions (stored procs, Class::Phrasebook, etc) where manual solutions (design and code reviews) are best.