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theSystem - Part III


theSystem - Part III

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This article has a galore of grammatical mistakes: spelling, incomplete sentences.

A cursory read of the article would have been sufficient to spot them and rectify them.

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the_rs (7/1/2008)
This article has a galore of grammatical mistakes: spelling, incomplete sentences.

A cursory read of the article would have been sufficient to spot them and rectify them.

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what a great contribution on your part.
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This is a rather interesting series, and I am looking forward to seeing the rest of it. My biggest question that I wait to see in future articles is how this will interact with the users. Will it be by the user directly running stored procedures or are you going to put an interface on top if it with SQL strictly the back end. It definitely has my attention.

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The plan is to allow users access to a set of stored procedures and other database objects that they will use to execute all game play. A front end can be built on top of these objects. If I ever get around to building a front end to this game it will execute the same set of procedures and it will not execute any special functionality that is not accessible to the end user. Anyone should be able to build a front end as it will be just a matter of reading data from procedures, tables, views, and functions and displaying it to the user. I plan on giving examples of game play using t-sql commands in future releases. The execute test.movementLocks is the being of a movement procedure that players will use to control their movement in the game. Article 4 will get into game play a little deeper.

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Sounds like it will be neat, Steve. I look forward to seeing it.

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I get my ego stoked from time to time by colleagues who think that I know a thing or two about IT. Then I read this kind of article and I feel like an idiot. You are a freakin' genius. Really.
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the_rs (7/1/2008)
This article has a galore of grammatical mistakes: spelling, incomplete sentences.

A cursory read of the article would have been sufficient to spot them and rectify them.

Venki


Galore is an adjective, not a noun.
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