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AleCx042274830dyup, been therez luckily for me it was a testing environment. The analysts and lead developer have not forgotten about it tho.
waelvilla730dDid it yesterday. In production. When I discovered that all the data is the same I thought we had an sql injection attack and freaked tf out. Thankfully there's daily backups and duplications
mr-user104030dI remember that you can install a script which show confirmation box when you do dangerous operation.
Parzi852729dyou mean "Write What Where" right
PrivateGER1799213dNever ever update without a transaction first