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From Adam Heath <doo...@brainfood.com>
Subject Re: Indexing issue
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2014 05:25:56 GMT
There is no actual reported issue in your email.  Just a bunch of 
hand-waiving of possible problems.

Hint: you did or tried something concrete and exact, and didn't get what 
you expected.  Show *exactly* what you tried to do, and what result you 
think you should get.

Restating your email, this is how it comes off:

"I found some problems in the code, when I tried to run it for an 
Amazon-like warehousing business.  But there were no problems when I 
used code for an Ebay-like business.  It'd be nice to get those fixed."

Your email contained no actionable items.

Ideally, you would file issues in jira.

On 06/25/2014 12:20 AM, Prabhakar Balakrishna wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> What you are not understanding in my mail.
> On 25/06/2014, Adam Heath <doogie@brainfood.com> wrote:
>> What problem are you reporting?
>> On 06/24/2014 11:56 PM, Prabhakar Balakrishna wrote:
>>> The are some indexing issues in the code.Few of the table fields got
>>> indexed(like not null and unique),but no data is served also there is
>>> no check in service definition while persisting data to those
>>> entities.
>>> This is not a problem with MySql,Derby,MongoDB..the databases I cheked.
>>> But I found it is an issue with MSSQL and Windows Azure SQL.

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