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RE: Has anyone worked out a SQL schema?

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2003-05-12 10:38:03 CEST

> From: Glenn A. Thompson [mailto:gthompson@cdr.net]
> Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 9:52 AM

> I'm a little confused. Is this only for your post 1.0 merging change?

There are some little schema changes which have a bigger impact which
I would like to get into 1.0.

> You said not to worry about it for now; right?

True ;).

> And I thought your changes weren't going to be SQL only. Is that not true?

No, it is true. However, doing a SQL ER helps a lot in showing how stuff
ties together. With BDB you essentially have to provide some crutches for
yourself to accomplish the same.

> I too have all kinds of ideas about changing the schema. My biggest
> area of interest has to do with properties

Not touching that. Or better stated, I haven't taken a good look at that
part yet.

> and directories.

I would be interested in hearing about this one. What do you have in mind?

> If we just make skels into tables we will not have data that can be
> searched or joined *in* the DB. I if work on these sorts of things in
> SQL FS .1 or SQL FS .2, will I be creating headaches for you?

What my guess is, is that we need to merge efforts on the document.
I'll be dumping my stuff on list or in repo in approx 1-2 weeks.

> I guess what I'm asking is: how big are these changes you're working on.

In my mind, pretty minor (on the schema side).


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