Re: the two questions

From: vldm10 <>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 10:26:39 -0800 (PST)
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On Nov 28, 10:09 am, vldm10 <> wrote:
> On Nov 27, 11:46 am, JOG <> wrote:
> > Again, all in the real world, before we get to a database.
> It seems to me that the discussion about the real world attributes is
> not precise and formal. Obviously it is enough to say that the
> identifier is the entity's attribute and that's that.
> Entity by definition is real world distinguishable thing. For example
> in my solution I defined that the identifier of the entity (or
> relationship) is the entity's attribute. You can see it on my web
> city. It is really simple.
> My identifier also is identifier of the entity's (or relationship)
> abstraction.
> Btw, can be many combinations and cases - databases with abstract
> entities (Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Pegasus...)
> All computers' games are not from real world, there are databases for
> future (an annual budget, for example), multimedia db, etc.
> Vladimir Odrljin

I would like to add to my previous message that sometimes ( it seems to me) you mix technical and theoretical issues regarding the real world attributes.

Vl. Odrljin Received on Wed Nov 28 2007 - 19:26:39 CET

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