Gross generalization perhaps, but keep in mind what the over app/system
needs of the components. Bounce those off you standard ER modeling
instincts and vice versa and you have a chance!
On 10/12/2010 08:19 AM, Gary Chambers wrote:
> Thanks for your reply!
>> And to your point of self-reference, it would be to a co-worker more
>> than a manager. Managers are often not good replacements for workers. :)
> :) Absolutely!
> I was having a conversation over on #postgresql yesterday about this
> and, due to my inexperience with managing electronic components (and
> some of the database issues involved), I still have a few unanswered
> questions. I would like to create a master table of parts derived
> from the individual tables (e.g. resistors, capacitors, diodes, etc.).
> I have the rare opportunity to build this from the ground, up and
> would like to ensure that I get it right. Thanks for any advice that
> you (or anyone) can offer.
> -- Gary Chambers
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