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Posted Monday, December 3, 2007 12:10 AM
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Glad to see this effort! Too many sql programmers are way behind the curve in understanding conceptual and logical modeling and the theoretical basis that should be guiding such work.

I will be interested to see how you logically model optional attributes (and approaches to implementation) as well as optional relations.

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kenambrose (12/3/2007)
Glad to see this effort! Too many sql programmers are way behind the curve in understanding conceptual and logical modeling and the theoretical basis that should be guiding such work.

I will be interested to see how you logically model optional attributes (and approaches to implementation) as well as optional relations.

Ken



Thank you, Ken. I hope you find the coming articles interesting. I welcome all comments and criticisms to the approaches I outline.

TroyK



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Posted Monday, March 3, 2008 10:56 AM
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I concurr with, "Too many sql programmers are behind the curve" comment. Good stuff Troy and Thank you.
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