About

I am Jnan Dash and I have been a Silicon valley resident since 1979. I spent 16 years at IBM and 10 years at Oracle in senior executive positions, mostly in product strategy, planning, and design. Currently I am an executive consultant and serve on a few boards as a director. I like to comment on software technology trends (Big Data, Cloud,..), market dynamics, and anything else that comes to mind. My contact – jnan.dash@gmail.com

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  1. Jnan

    A common problem arising out of any database schema change is that applications need to be changed to reflect the changed schema.

    I have a university Professor who has developed a utility that will help automate this process (80% automation) and for the balance 20% help will be provided for the programmer to narrow down on the code/embedded sql staement that needs changes.

    Question for you: is there a ready to use utility already existing?

    If not, a product like this, does it have a demand across IT users?

    Regards
    Suraj

    • “A common problem arising out of any database schema change is that applications need to be changed to reflect the changed schema.”

      A typical J2EE has multiple layers, between business logic layer and database there is DAO or DTO layer. With O/R tools will take care of hiding the schema changes, the changes caused by schema will be isolated into one place or single layer.

      Many app frameworks like grails, ruby on rails are making schema changes easily happened and made sure all codebase are migrated properly.

  2. Jnan,

    I am writing on wordpress at sonikp.wordpress.com on Sales and Channel Management. Would love to have your views on some of my writings.

    Regards
    Sonik

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