IDENTITY crisis — 4. IDENTITY-free #SQL programming

In Part 1 and Part 2, I set the background. In Part 3, I attacked a castle… it is now an infested ruins. We’re now building a better version of it (meeting the specification). Our new castle with relational fortifications. Who told database design is no fun? The environment I’m using a full fledged MicrosoftContinue reading “IDENTITY crisis — 4. IDENTITY-free #SQL programming”

IDENTITY crisis — 3. Relational Distancing

After Part 1 and Part 2. I want to embark on a code review. Playing the pathologist, running a small diagnostic on the diagnose table and its friends. Relationaaaaaaah By the all mighty, we shall invoke SchemaSpy, and the picture should speak: I now feel so sad for diagnose. Quarantine measures? The only relation isContinue reading “IDENTITY crisis — 3. Relational Distancing”

IDENTITY crisis — 2. Death by Surrogate

Nothing looks more alike than 2 INT. I wish a warning could come if I ever try to join on 2 columns defined with IDENTITY. Surrogate: 1 – Developer: 0 We left with … on = … and the query was: In our database on = should be something strange, createContinue reading “IDENTITY crisis — 2. Death by Surrogate”