Why is the Soft Delete behavior deprecated? #810

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NobleUplift opened this Issue Jan 7, 2014 · 5 comments

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The Soft Delete behavior (http://propelorm.org/Propel/behaviors/soft-delete) is marked as deprecated "due to limitations that can't be fixed". What are those limitations? I tried to search this repository for information on soft delete, but could not find the smoking gun.

The Soft Delete behavior is almost exactly the functionality that I am looking for, whereas Archivable is the exact opposite of what I want (actually used a system with 3-4 levels of archive tables years ago. It was just a headache making sure data wasn't lost. It was).

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As far as I know, it's just "deprecated" in sense of it's not actually maintained or developed any further. I'm also convinced, SoftDelete and Archivable are two completely different behaviors with completely different goals and are not interchangeable or replaceable by each other.

I'm still using both behaviors for different objectives, feel free to use both.

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havvg commented Jan 8, 2014

As far as I know, it's just "deprecated" in sense of it's not actually maintained or developed any further. I'm also convinced, SoftDelete and Archivable are two completely different behaviors with completely different goals and are not interchangeable or replaceable by each other.

I'm still using both behaviors for different objectives, feel free to use both.

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NobleUplift Feb 11, 2014

Well then someone should remove the Warning from the aforementioned page.

Well then someone should remove the Warning from the aforementioned page.

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motin Dec 5, 2015

With the link to that blog post, this issue surely can be closed?

motin commented Dec 5, 2015

With the link to that blog post, this issue surely can be closed?

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Yes thanks :)

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marcj commented Dec 7, 2015

Yes thanks :)

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