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    Unanswered: Issues

    Can anyone take a look at the following DBl and see if they see any issues with the relationships, structure, that I may have overlooked while drawing this out on paper for the 8th time?

    Just let me know. Thanks, I appreciate it.
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    Nothing jumps out at me... but it's hard to tell since I don't understand what some of the fields mean.

    EG: InConOriginID is unrelated to the tblInConOrigin.... but I have no idea because I don't know what InConOrigin is supposed to be.
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    Trekk,

    Thanks for the reply. InConOrigin means Individual Continent of Origin. And InCnOrigin means Individual Country of Origin. I'm setting it up so that when they select what country the passport is from, it'll be limited to a specific continent or portion of the continent. The user asked for searches and charts to be able to be processed to show where people are coming from, or the majority of people to rather than say like "300K people came from Asia in the past three months." they want it to say "120K people came from central asia, 75K from east asia, etc, etc."

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    Ok, so why is InConOriginID in the main table when it's related to the country?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarTrekker
    Ok, so why is InConOriginID in the main table when it's related to the country?
    That's a great question! I knew that there were smart people here in dbforums, so that's why I wanted someone to see if I was doing anything wrong! Thanks Trekk

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    You're welcome
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