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Being releative new here to the site, well I could have missed it....
but I haven't found a category for SQL questions?
I've noticed a few in various places, like programming, but if you're using PHP / ASP Cold Fusion, whatever, then you're dealing with DB's.

I don't particularly have one either. But just a suggestion...
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SQL questions and database questions in general are just fine in the Programming board.
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ATNO/TW wrote:
SQL questions and database questions in general are just fine in the Programming board.


First off thanks for the snappy reply...
And well, yeah I figured as much - but thought I would suggest it anyway, I do a lot of work with DB's and figured it might be worthwhile, just give it that degree of separation, as it is really not language (php/Java etc) dependant.
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I think the reason we don't have a seperate category is because of the "normal" associations of DBs/ For instance PHP normally goes with mySQL, and ASP normally goes with Access. Therefore, any questions that are database related normally end up in the programming forum, since most of us are interacting with them through a language of some sort. Perhaps an added line in the programming category description would work?
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b_heyer...gotta differ with the ASP + Access thing -- majority of my ASP stuff is with SQL 2000
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ATNO/TW wrote:
b_heyer...gotta differ with the ASP + Access thing -- majority of my ASP stuff is with SQL 2000


I noticed that ;)

But being the new guy on the block didn't want to come across rude :)

Not that there is anything wrong with MS-Access.

Not that I would use it (Well... not if there was more than a handful of people going to access it once!)
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Heheh my very limited knowledge of asp comes from you ATNO ;) I just always heard ya complaining about access limitations with asp forums.... :-P :oops:

Oh and troubadour, ya won't come accross as rude, I'm used to it ;)
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b_heyer wrote:
Oh and troubadour, ya won't come accross as rude, I'm used to it ;)


Good to know!!!

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