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This sounds like you could benefit from a separation of architecture, system design, user experience and engineering. The Architects provide general guidance for the tech solution, such as "we'll use a .NET SOAP Web Service here" and "let's use an off the shelf application for this." The System Design team takes the guidance from the Architects and creates ...


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There are Database Wizard applications that they could probably help you to automate the process; However the general process of upgrading database should be like this: First you need an Upgrade script, where you can safely upgrade your database Schema and Data from version 2.8.13 to 2.8.14, for example. The script should be totally SQL -- ideally, and ...


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If you don't trust the developers, I don't see how you can let them make changes to the live database. Have them change the snapshot database, review and test that, and then you apply the changes to the production database. Also, it might be worth considering whether you could reduce the number of changes you have to make to the database schema with a ...



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