[GemStone-Smalltalk] [GBS] How often does this error affect you?

Dennis Smith dennis at cherniaksoftware.com
Wed May 14 10:17:08 PDT 2014

Yes -- it also insists on no other users logged in -- restricts us for 
migrates a bit, but it works.

On 2014-05-14 1:10 PM, Richard Sargent wrote:
> Dennis smith-4 wrote
>> If I understand correctly, the problem occurs if the old class is
>> connected to the class on the client side?
>> Then migrate generates an error?
>> We have a tool UI with a migrate button which logs out and in THEN does
>> the migrate.
> Yes. However, it isn't migration, per se, that generates the error. It is
> replication afterward.
> As for using the tool and technique you describe, Dennis, it seems that the
> scenario still can arise. If anyone else is using the database and has a
> class connected to the 'original' server class version, he will get a
> replication error any time after he refreshes his view of the database and
> replicates an instance of the class.
> I realize that this problem really is a development issue, not a production
> issue. (At least, in general. In my philosophy, modifying a server class in
> a live production environment is something to be avoided.) As it only
> affects development, I can understand just living with it as an error which
> is fairly easily worked around.
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Dennis Smith
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