August 5th, 2002, 12:52 PM
Correct, although I was trying to compare apples to apples. Our support does not have a limit on the number of support contacts nor does it have a max number of incidents. Not that we've ever needed 12 in a year but it is nice to have.
September 10th, 2002, 01:48 AM
This is the classic thread - many laughs, I like it
I really have to make a small comment about this quote, because it *soooo* applies to myself. I thought that it would be fun to do everything in PHP, and using mysql was the perfect way to teach me how to. Then I got together with a certain DBA, and suddenly I started getting a hammering about what a real database is Lol
If you want a reallly scalable app, that is secure, move your business logic into the database. It is (1) faster and (2) more secure, and I guarantee that it what your clients want. We're not going to use MySQL again, no disrespect intended, but we need stored procedures, views, integrity constraints to build scalable web services, or so our DBA tells me