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best practices in relationship
Posted by: Djordje Bakic ()
Date: January 27, 2013 05:24AM
I have 4 tables and i want to relate them with n:m relationship. Is better way to create 2 new tables, one will connect table_a with table_b, and second table_c with table_d, or create one table with primary keys from each table, set them NULL and put every relationship in?
|best practices in relationship||Djordje Bakic||01/27/2013 05:24AM|
|Re: best practices in relationship||Peter Brawley||01/27/2013 09:58AM|
|Re: best practices in many:many relationship||Rick James||01/27/2013 11:40AM|
|Re: best practices in many:many relationship||Peter Brawley||01/27/2013 11:56AM|
|Re: best practices in many:many relationship||Djordje Bakic||01/28/2013 02:06AM|
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