In this article, we will discuss a few common design decisions when defining a Schema. We’ll focus on the planning stage. There are many opinions about what is ‘best’. Here we discuss some basic guidelines which may or may not be best for your specific needs. There are two primary ways a database is used. One is Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) and the other is [...]
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