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Database Archiving by Jack E. Olson

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Chapter 13. Changes to Data Structures and Policies

Earlier chapters outlined how to design an archiving application with the assumption that everything stays the same over time. The operational applications, the rules for archiving, the decisions that are made, all were assumed to be constantly going forward from the time of initial design. As we all know, however, changes are bound to occur, and change is the one constant for IT departments. In fact, changes might occur while you are doing the initial design, before you get a chance to implement what you are doing.

This chapter explores how changes to the design objects impact the database archiving application. Dealing with change is one topic that can distinguish a good database archiving ...

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