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From Wade.Stebbi...@Lawson.com
Subject Re: [RT] Gump 3.0 - Database Model
Date Mon, 13 Dec 2004 15:45:45 GMT
Stefano,

Some afterthoughts.  Hopefully to help clarify.  The scope of a "Project"
in our system (currently) is that of a build (a series of builds) for a 
given
instance of (1) product-release on a given (2) target.  This of course
means that a single configuration for a given instance of #1 would then
"fan out" to several "Projects" (as we have used this word).

I am not completely happy with this arrangement, since our "Project"
does not distinguish between:

 (a) separate configurations, or
 (b) the same configurations build on different targets.

And somehow I think this distinction should be more clearly represented
in the data model.

I think if (1) were to be defined as the "Project" and the (2)'s under it
would be "SubProject" (to use some names), and keep the arbitrary
grouping mechanism, though now at the SubProject level, then I think
we've gained something w/o any other feature loss.

wade


Wade.Stebbings@Lawson.com wrote on 12/13/2004 09:07:32 AM:

> Stefano:
> 
> See my responses below.
> 
> 
> [...]
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