On Thu, 21 Jul 2005, Filipe Knoedt wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to set up a discussion (if necessary) about two different ways to implement N-to-N relationships: using a N-to-N intermediary table or, suppose an A and B tables situation, creating the primary key of the table B with the A.id plus a sequencer.
> I'm thinking on going the second way, but decided to ask the list if anybody sees any potencial problem in it, like for performance or anything.
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> Filipe Knoedt
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