Tag: API

Business Logic in the Database. Yes or No? It Depends!

We’ve had tremendously positive feedback on my recent article that talked about “Why SQL is neither legacy, nor low-level, nor difficult, nor the wrong place for (business) data logic, but simply awesome” both within the blog’s comment section as well as on reddit .However, one of the sections triggered very controversial feedback. Clearly, not everyone agreed to:Fallacy #5: The database is the wrong place for business logicNow this is really the biggest of all fallacies. Who said that? Some guy from the 90s who had written a book on Object-Oriented Design Patterns? Of course, if you blindly follow random architecture rules, this may apply to you. But then, beware that you’re following 10-20 year-old “legacy” principles by not using SQL (see also

Tip #19 – How to automatically download SQL script from Vertabelo

If you need to automatically download SQL script from Vertabelo , for example, for the purposes of your build system, you definitely should check out ourVertabelo API. It allows you to download an SQL or XML of your model by a simple HTTP request. In the command line, it may look like this:To learn more aboutVertabelo API, go here .

Vertabelo API

We’ve added an API to our Vertabelo application to help you incorporate some automation into your build system. Here is a short instruction on how to use the Vertabelo API.First of all, you have to enable access to the API. You’ll need have at least a “Basic” account plan or be a member of a company.1. From the User menu, go to the “My account” page Scroll down to the “Settings” section