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  • by stinkingpig (5626) on 2009.06.30 18:18 (#69198)
    I work on a project where the API is three years out of date and has gone through five licenses in those three years. Direct database access wins, sorry.
    • I don't know what "three years out of date" means in this context, but if you mean that neither management nor developers have bothered to address customer concerns for three years, than there are far larger problems than direct database access. If you meant something else, than I guess I can't respond to that :)

      Nor do I know what five licenses has to do with the situation.