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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2012

    Unanswered: need help with DB architecture

    i want to build correct, efficient, and flexible data base (in sql 2005.)
    Currently this is the situation:

    i have companies.
    i have candidates that want to work to some of the companies.
    i have the jobs for each candidate (that want to work in a company)
    i have tasks that need to specific candidate in the job in company.

    so, company --/-> candidate. candidate--/-> company.
    because can be the same candidate in different company or the same company with 2 diffrenet candidate.

    And, job--/-> candidate. candidate --/-> job.
    because can be the same candidate in 2 jobs. or the same job to 2 different candidate.

    And, task--/-> company, task--/-> job, task--/-> candidate.
    campany--/> task, job--/> task, candidate--/> task.

    I need very flexible data base, so eventually i could extract data (and any connection) by queries..
    I'm very undecided about which tables to save? what connection to do (many to many..) with which table?
    can u please help me about the architecture of the DB?
    what do u recommand to this situation?
    Last edited by oritm; 05-13-12 at 18:55.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    221B Baker St.
    Suggest you search the web as there are many, many database structures posted. Keep in mind the structure needs to be similar to what you want - it does NOT need to be the exact same kind of information.

    It also does not need to be an SQL Server structure. . .

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