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Posts: 10
Registered: ‎04-20-2012
My Device: PlayBook
My Carrier: AT&T

Re: SQLite DB encryption

Thanks for the inputs everyone. I'll keep them in mind going forward.


Tim, thanks for clearing this. Having this information documented somewhere would definitely help.

Posts: 1,230
Registered: ‎03-20-2011
My Device: Playbook, Z10 LE, Dev Alpha B, 2x Dev Alpha C
My Carrier: 3, Orange, Vodafone

Re: SQLite DB encryption

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Documentation is easy


Give  badly written instructions and see what happens


I used to do this in the mid 90s as part of my QC


Sticking some guy/ess was invaluable for Murdocks empire (I quit)


We ended up with flawless instructions merely by repetition of using the exact wording on the dox


We had over 50 staff at the time and every new one got the rather unpleasurable task on day one of going thru a less than fun meeting with me - Sit Down - Read Paper - Do As It Says - Then wipe machine and do it again (a very boring workday)


One part of the instructions was - if it goes wrong, tell me what and why


Many of those people are good friends today


Simply put documentation requires idiots and software so us cleverer ppl can fix the dox

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