How to play with Python in an existing app
rhodri at kynesim.co.uk
Wed Feb 20 14:08:32 EST 2019
On 20/02/2019 18:56, edmer2210 at gmail.com wrote:
> So I'm a newbie to Python. I got access to an existing RavenDB and am supposed to install it on aws.amazon.com. If I succeed in setting this up, I am supposed to write some Python code.
> But how can I play with Python and test some querries without f#cking up the database? Because the RavenDB is working with an app that's currently being used by a few hundreds of people.
These two statements are a bit inconsistent. If you are installing an
existing RavenDB on aws, other people cannot be using it on aws, surely?
At any rate, I think your instincts are right. The only safe context
for experimenting in is an isolated one. Your problem may be that a
local instance of RavenDB may act differently to a remote one, but
that's a bridge to cross when you come to it. If you can get an
isolated instance on AWS, that would be ideal (but expensive).
Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd
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