Production and Test Versions of Secured Database 
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 Production and Test Versions of Secured Database

Anybody have a good way to run both a production and support version of the
same database (front end and back end).  I have a project which will be
going to production soon.  Once I do that, I will have to have a way to
work on the support version and migrate those changes to the production
version.  

Thanks for the help in advance.




Sun, 08 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Production and Test Versions of Secured Database
Hi Doug,

If the database isn't to large an approach you could use is to have an
intermediate database that first checks for revision differences(I keep mine
in custom db propreties) and then downloads the newer version from the server
and then launch the front end. I also use this to automatically
repair/compact after a given number of days. It isn't the prettiest but it
does work.

Steve



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> Anybody have a good way to run both a production and support version of the
> same database (front end and back end).  I have a project which will be
> going to production soon.  Once I do that, I will have to have a way to
> work on the support version and migrate those changes to the production
> version.

> Thanks for the help in advance.



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