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  • As a web developer, you will encounter situations that call for an effective token replacement scheme. Token replacement is really just a technologically-savvy way of saying string replacement, and involves substituting a “real” value for a “token” value
  • It’s based around log shipping – a pretty standard technique for keeping two databases synchronised. In essence, one keeps a spare copy of a production database in ‘standby’ mode, so it can be switched in reasonably quickly if the primary database fails

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November 12, 2006 at 11:24 pm

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