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Re: Database Normalization

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2003 11:19:32 -0800
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Jared, I'm sure that the three of you can easily do it. Good luck.

On 11/03/2003 01:34:26 PM, wrote:
> List,
> Doing some reading on Normalization today. We actually have the
> opportunity
> to create a database and app, and it's been so long since I've done this
> on a real
> project, a refresher was in order.
> I have the annoying habit of knowing what to do with normalization, based
> on past
> education and experience, but having difficulty explaining it to others.
> This is the kind
> of thing that makes Cary Millsap nuts. ( read the book if you don't know
> why )
> Mladen would no doubt find this very simple.
> Anyway, in the course of finding some recent web pages on this, one of the
> better
> was at a SQL server magazine site:
> The reason for writing however, was to show you the worst one so far:
> www.tinyurl/th7i
> Basically, 'normalize unless it's inconvenient'.
> Jared

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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