Sam Staton <sam(dot)staton(at)bigfoot(dot)com> wrote in message
> Aren't Nassi-Schneiderman diagrams primarily for describing control
> flow, not data modelling?
That's right. Sorry, my know-how about Postgres is poor.
Note that INNOVATOR (MID) and RHAPSODY (I-LOGIX) are able to manage
about data modeling. Also, I think SW and DATA must be considered
in the same design.
Not sure INNOVATOR and RHAPSODY are compatible with Postgres, however.
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