Making changes
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10 - Making changes

Changing data intensive applications is always a difficult task. ADAMO alleviates the drudgery that is associated with every step of such changes: from changing the DDL definition of the data structures, to updating and debugging the new application code, and to reading old data. This chapter discusses each step and illustrates it by examples.

10.1 - Making changes

10.2 - Changing the data definition

10.3 - Changing the data structures

10.4 - Changing the code

10.5 - Debugging and testing

10.6 - Reading old GAFs

10.7 - Validation as a debugging tool

10.8 - Summary

BR and MR - CERN PTG - ADAMO Users Guide for Version 3.3 - 11 Oct 93