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Re: Mapping one to many

From: "Robert Wimmer" <seppwimmer(at)hotmail(dot)com>
To: Nabil(at)kramer-smilko(dot)com, rabroersma(at)yahoo(dot)com
Cc: lefevre(dot)10(at)osu(dot)edu, pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Mapping one to many
Date: 2007-06-13 20:53:16
Message-ID: BAY139-F35B1E8AE60E9584F7AB288D0180@phx.gbl (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
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>I am not saying that this solution doesn't work or even that is a  "bad" 
>one but what I'm saying is that there is obviously a better  solution. Also 
>there are better forms, other than row/column, in  which to module data but 
>there any Databases that support them. If  you'll notice from my second 
>message I was asking why that is so is  so and to please enlighten me to 
>the magic of RMDBs. I feel as if  there is something about RMDBs that will 
>explain alot but is just  beyond my reach and I what to know what it is.

Sometimes it's really good to know, why things are how the are. The base for 
RDBMs is pure mathematic.

This would be a first step into it

Besides, there is no problem to store tree structures in an SQL System. As 
far as i know there even exists an LDAP implementation in DB2. Here is a 
description (hard to read for beginners - but it works and is "simple")

Regards Sepp

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