[mb-users] Dates in Performance ARs
akamudcrow at msn.com
Tue Feb 20 17:22:33 UTC 2007
the fact that the "recorded" AR is part of EngineerRelationshipType means it
should be used for engineering credits.
Using this credit for anything except an engineering credit is incorrect.
If ARs are to have any meaning or validilty they MUST be used correctly.
>From: "Frederic Da Vitoria" <davitofrg at gmail.com>
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>Subject: Re: [mb-users] Dates in Performance ARs
>Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:17:15 +0100
>2007/2/20, Olivier <viapanda at gmail.com>:
>>2007/2/20, Frederic Da Vitoria <davitofrg at gmail.com>:
>> > Oh you meant EngineerRelationshipType? I admit I never look at the
>> > RelationshipType. Maybe I should. I tend to read ARs at face value: I
>> > look at their name and the fields they offer.
>>Naughty davitof :P - how are we supposed to educate newbies to read
>>the docs if old timers don't? :D
>This is another debate, but I believe in the long term, if MB wants to
>survive, it will have to improve to the point where most users will be
>able to use it without reading the documentation, and at any rate
>nobody will be able to do any harm because they haven't read it.
>Back to track, the fact that the "recorded" AR is part of
>EngineerRelationshipType doesn't prevent us from using it to store
>recording dates, does it? Because if it did, it would mean we would
>have to add another zone somewhere to keep the recording dates and
>this would mean data redundancy. Ouch.
>Frederic Da Vitoria
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