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June 7,2017
By Dennis Piccioni

One of the operational challenges that comes with developing and deploying DataFlex applications on the SQL Server database is moving data between different revisions or configurations of Microsoft’s database servers,...

September 28,2016
By Dennis Piccioni

A few years ago, I wrote a series of blogs about version control. The reasons for using version control are all still relevant; I wouldn’t develop without it. At the time I wrote those posts, distributed version control...

September 12,2016
By Marcia Booth

Microsoft SQL Server includes a few date and time data types that can be used in SQL tables. The choice of which data type to use depends on the data developers need to store and retrieve from those columns. Before...

August 4,2016
By Mike Peat

What is CORS? Well, as you might have guessed from the title of this article, it is Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. CORS is a W3C recommended standard (not yet quite a full standard, but nearly so) and has long since been...

September 25,2015
By Marcia Booth

Overview This document provides information about SQL Injection attacks and how the risks associated with them are mitigated in the DataFlex application environment. When SQL statements written by a developer are included...