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Re: Replication

From: Graham Bellamy <dontwriteme_at_ask.first.com>
Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 04:33:38 +1000
Message-ID: <ad36n1$a09$1@perki.connect.com.au>


Well, I expect that just about everything would have the possibility of changing, save the job site address, but that would be high up in the relation hierarchy, and not cause a lot of duplication. Regardless, agreed - Complexity & Space. I think that with the relatively small amount of data I expect them to store, and the size of hard drives nowadays, I am leaning to db structure simplicity.

"David Kerber" <ns_dkerber_at_ids.net> wrote in message news:3CF50F18.DE364842_at_ids.net...
> If you really wanted to get tricky with it, you could save that other
> info which wouldn't change from version to version of the quote in
> another table, but that may be more work than it's worth in space
> saved. At this point, it's really a decision you have to make with the
> trade-offs between application complexity, space usage and flexibility.
Received on Wed May 29 2002 - 13:33:38 CDT

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