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using replication in development environment?


using replication in development environment?

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Abhijit More
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Let's get the realistics in using the replication in Development Environment. How feasible is it?

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Could you perhaps be a little more specific?

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Whether to use replication in development enviornment or not?

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Depends on your development needs

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Can you be specific please?
What do you want to use it for? What's the scenario? Why are you concerned about it?

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That's like saying should we use carpet in a building. There's no way to answer that unless someone knows what you are trying to achieve. If it's a warehouse, it doesn't make much sense.

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I vote yes to carpet.



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Paul White (3/10/2010)
I vote yes to carpet.

Magic carpet :-)

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Steve Jones - Editor (3/10/2010)
That's like saying should we use carpet in a building. There's no way to answer that unless someone knows what you are trying to achieve. If it's a warehouse, it doesn't make much sense.

In a warehouse, Carpet does not make sense.... It will get dusty and dirty. So I vote for no carpet..

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Roy Ernest (3/10/2010)
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That's like saying should we use carpet in a building. There's no way to answer that unless someone knows what you are trying to achieve. If it's a warehouse, it doesn't make much sense.

In a warehouse, Carpet does not make sense.... It will get dusty and dirty. So I vote for no carpet..

That's just blatantly discriminatory :-D



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