Al thought that I had not brought in all the Java code and was going to have me produce a spreadsheet stating where all the jar files could be found. In reality, I had brought in all the jar files, but the import in his IDE hadn’t done a proper job and he never looked inside the zip file to see what was there. Sigh.
Al also doesn’t have the System diagrams that I sent him through Bill on November third. Verifying that they got there. If they didn’t, I’ll burn a new disk and bring that in.
Told the folks on site that I was taking off the next 4 weeks to work on my thesis, with a high probability that I would be put on a new position before I got back, since there’s no full time work for me on SR any more apparently (Steve F’s words)
Wrote up a description for Lenny to do the truancy reports
Burned disks that have the entire Viztool project on them. Gave one to Joe and Bill gets the other one to pass on to Al.
Query Builder uses a view called __project_detailed_data. This view is a join of many tables to view the financial data in a complete way. Remember the huge query to generate the view? All the queries used in Query Builder are stored in qb_queries table and managed by Query Builder.
If you do SELECT * FROM __project_details_data, you would get 598 columns… Each row in the view represents a complete data for REQ in the FA all the way thru Appropriation Year 4..