On 17 Oct 2002 at 14:15, Randy Neumann wrote:
> If your really that worried about this you will just have to have an
> effective date and an expiration date on the codes. Leave the expiration
> date either null or a VERY VERY large value.
Yes, I have considered this. A simpler (less complete) way would be to
add a boolean is_active to each table. Defaults to true, and if false,
you can't insert the CODE.
While especially the date approach would be correct, i haven't decided
if I will use it, or the boolean approach. It has it's advantages, but
a big disadvantage is that it will make thing a lot more complicated,
errorprone etc. Will it be worth it? I don't know yet.
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