These people are trying to set me up.
I was brought in to migrate a web site to a new server. When I finished they suddenly “discover” a “serious” problem on the new site. As it turns out, I can demonstrate that the “serious” problem exists on the original site too.
I called the support desk to ask them if they have been getting any calls about this, they say no. I ask them if they have heard of this problem, they say no. I ask them when was the last time they used the system; they say, “I’m not sure, it’s been awhile”.
So one of the following is true:
1. Users are not using the features that are part of the “serious” problem, and therefore are not aware of the problem. (This is a contradiction – how could it be a “serious” problem if no one is affected?)
2. Users are not reporting this “serious” problem that is preventing them from working. (Which I seriously doubt. It is my experience that when users cannot function, they call tech support in mass.)
3. Someone is lying to me and trying to set me up.
What do you think?
"As every one knows, there are mistakes in the Bible" - The Watchtower, April 15, 1928, p. 126
Believe in yourself, not mythology.