Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL

From: Howard Brazee (howard...)

On Tue, 8 Jun 2010 13:24:45 +1200, "Pete Dashwood"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>My point would be that that can only happen if you let it. Making databases
>available is not the problem. Giving access to data is fine as long as you
>ensure that the people given the access are answerable for what they do,
>that you KNOW what they did (audit), and that you (and they...)can UNDO what
>they did as quickly and easily as they did it.

Who is the "you" above who has the power to do the above? Someone
on this forum?

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"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found,
than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace
to the legislature, and not to the executive department."

- James Madison

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How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Ubiquitous on May 21st 2010, 09:21
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Pete Dashwood on May 21st 2010, 12:39
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Joel C. Ewing on May 21st 2010, 18:27
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by SkippyPB on May 22nd 2010, 16:13
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Pete Dashwood on May 23rd 2010, 16:27
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by HeyBub on Jun 6th 2010, 15:53
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Pete Dashwood on Jun 6th 2010, 22:34
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by HeyBub on Jun 7th 2010, 15:28
Re: How to Move Cheaply Out of COBOL... by Pete Dashwood on Jun 8th 2010, 01:24