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Old 03-18-2010   #1
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plz i want ...
Entity types for a company " FAST FOOD " for ex: macdo. or KFC
also plz the relationship or without relationship i will do it
only i want the Entity types



^^^^^ Note : using SQL ^^^^^


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plz i want ...
Entity types for a company " FAST FOOD " for ex: macdo. or KFC
also plz the relationship or without relationship i will do it
only i want the Entity types



^^^^^ Note : using SQL ^^^^^
Why can't you do it on your own ?
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plz i want ...
Entity types for a company " FAST FOOD " for ex: macdo. or KFC
also plz the relationship or without relationship i will do it
only i want the Entity types



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1- The entities needed depend on what your database is used for and what are your expectations from this whole database system (eg, what are the info you want it to provide).
2- Entities types depend on point 1 and the constraints of the system.

Example of an entity is orderID. It is normally declared as an Integer.
Provide a text-description of the problem you're trying to solve or provide us with the entities you need.

PS: I doubt that you know how to properly do the relationships.
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Jass.lb: was that supposed to be your reply to my question ?

Instead of asking people to do your homework, maybe you should try learning a few things first.
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1- The entities needed depend on what your database is used for and what are your expectations from this whole database system (eg, what are the info you want it to provide).
2- Entities types depend on point 1 and the constraints of the system.

Example of an entity is orderID. It is normally declared as an Integer.
Provide a text-description of the problem you're trying to solve or provide us with the entities you need.

PS: I doubt that you know how to properly do the relationships.
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1- The entities needed depend on what your database is used for and what are your expectations from this whole database system (eg, what are the info you want it to provide).
2- Entities types depend on point 1 and the constraints of the system.

Example of an entity is orderID. It is normally declared as an Integer.
Provide a text-description of the problem you're trying to solve or provide us with the entities you need.

PS: I doubt that you know how to properly do the relationships.
Google: thx alot man but i do it all
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