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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by stinkingpig (5626) on 2009.07.01 8:09 (#69208)
    You're telling me. Is that different than the norm? I find it to be very normal, as meeting all customer needs in a given release cycle is impractical. The 5 licenses are important for accessing the API. Under some of them, the customer cannot use it without paying, while under others, they can. If my code used the API instead of the database, I'd have to rewrite during those changes. I didn't even mention the second (also incomplete) API that's struggling for relevance at Layer 8/9. I suspect you're talking about SaaS though, since you even consider the possibility of a database that customers can't access. That's nice for the leading edge, but it's awfully early for use of "never".