Re: [agileDatabases] Requirements for mapping tool(s)
- --- Piero BoisAubin <pierob34@...> wrote:
>Why does only the DBA do this? Why can't anyone on
> 1- A DBA guards the relational database(s) and
> provides whatever data model a front end developer
> requires to build an application. (The relational
> aspect should not be compromised and maintained
> separately because data is an asset.)
the team have access to the data model.
How are you going to ensure that the relational aspect
isn't comprimised? What does that mean? Sounds like
a really big requirement.
> 2- Remove prohibition(s) so that developersRemoving prohibitions seems like a really good idea.
> get their model without causing much or no pain to
> the DBA
Are your programmers torturing the DBA? ;-)
Does the DBA deserve to be tortured? ;-)
Just joking, can't help it, I'm tired.
>What is missing from existing O/R tools that this
> If the DBA has an Agile tool then the process
> can move smoothly otherwise someone will ask why
> cant we all get alone? Such tool, I suppose,
> should be dynamic in rendering data while providing
> an API to the developer for application development.
isn't the case? Couldn't you build an R/O/R mapping
tool by simply using an O/R mapping tool and pointing
it at two DBs?
> I have not been able to locate the tool(s) you
> mentioned for ETL but I'm very interested in them;
Scott W. Ambler
Practice Leader Agile Development, IBM Methods Group
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