Re: Database Design Best Practice help

From: Hans Forbrich <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 06:45:25 -0700
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On 28/01/2013 6:26 AM, Jose Soares wrote:
> Thank you all for your comments, now I think I am a little more clear
> about this problem. :-)

Think of it this way: the data dictionary is designed to help you, especially for performance and management, if you let it.

100 tables, with constraints, working for you.

Or 100 unconstrained unmanaged sets in one table that you get to account for in your code.

Received on Mon Jan 28 2013 - 14:45:25 CET

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