My sql script encountered some error last night. Once again, my question was, why didn’t the testing team encounter this error during testing phrase? Oh well, have to except the fact that testing cannot cover all the scenarios in the system. Can’t really blame them.
Another colleague from another team who was working on the same issue came to me first thing I reach office today and told me that my script hit error. For those who know SQL, I was doing some update statement and it hit trigger. That why it hit error.
Then this guy asked me “So did the changes go thru?”
I paused for a few seconds and looked at him, wondering how to answer that question. Finally, my answer to him was “No lah, hit error how to go thru?”
But deep down inside, I wanted to ask “Which University did you graduate from?”
On second thoughts, maybe I should say “Of cos went thru. Hit trigger only what. Hit trigger the update statement still go thru one. No worries.”
PS: Sorry for being rude. But sometimes I just get pissed off when people asked me questions that are damn obvious. If the SQL update statement hit error (trigger), how could the changes have gone thru? I guess even non-IT trained people would have guess that too.
Who needs Dibert when I have colleagues like this?