> Well I don't understand how you get them wrong if you're just pasting
> them from a file. I mean, sure you can pick the wrong template but
> nothing can help you there. You could just as easily pick the wrong
> template if it's a database feature instead of a text file.
I really have to wonder if you've ever managed a production database
As someone who has managed quite a few, my idea of the feature is
designed to make my life (and my clients') easier. It's *vastly* easier
to tell developers "don't touch the permissions, it will take care of
itself" and set it in a central location than to expect them to remember
to apply a set of permissions each time, or follow them around playing
catch-up on the objects they add and modify.
Oracle, MSSQL, etc. all have management solutions for this. For a good
> "Agile" doesn't mean doing things without thinking about them :)
In many companies it does. :-(
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