SQLite, but can (eventually) be any other DB engine.
A crazy idea comes to my mind yesterday or this morning (who cares ?):
is it included in SQLite a feature that can save what the user do during the session (obviously at the end of the session) ?
Or, must I do it all by myself ? Say store in a file - whatever - every change the user do at the moment it do it:
Store the previous Record _and_ the new one WHEN the user make a change,
Store any newly added REcord (at add time, of course),
This may lead to a base to a “Who does what ?”.
The idea comes from some reports I do not understand (errors that happens only on Windows).
I have an application who is running three mornings a week, but for no apparent reason, fill service TABLEs with a Record (where only one Record is “allowed” / needed; a copyright Record that happears 7 times for example when in another t-service TABLE, I have 12 entries instead of 1…).
That application store window location and some other properties, but sometimes something go bersek and the values are wrong: the window opens elsewhere (out of the screen monitor).