You are right - there are no silver bullets, you don't throw the baby out with the
bath water [I will not go into the sordid history of this one], and some degree of
effort is required to embrace anything that is new
[and I'll exit the thread there before I get spanked by Clif :-]
Visage – an Evolution in Software Development
>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
>Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent: Monday, 19 April 2004 1:57 PM
>To: U2 Users Discussion List
>Subject: Re: GUI from Mv code Re: Crystal Reports
>In a message dated 4/18/2004 9:46:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
>> So YOU, as a developer, would construct a cube with the 6 "key" fields
>that the user is interested in. You also get to do things like define an
>"opening" view of the information - AND also the query that is used to
>generate the cube (BTW, did
>> I mention that Visage has a drag'n'drop query facility :-)
>I don't think you understood me. There isn't "the user" and there isn't "6
>key fields". There are 500 reports, some have three fields, some have
>twelve fields. The entire data set of reports in total utilizes 50
>different numeric or date fields.
>So no I wouldn't create a cube with 6 fields. I would create a cube with
>50 fields and create 500 views into it.. or your software would have to
>allow users to easily create and save their own views.
>The point being that it's not a magic bullet. I or they STILL have to
>create those 500 views ...
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