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B&S 2.3.2 database schema

 
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Hi all,

The database schema in my B&S assignment from SUN is:

name 32 - The name of the subcontractor this record relates to.
location 64 - The locality in which this contractor works
specialties 64 - Comma separated list of types of work this contractor can perform.
size 6 - The number of workers available when this record is booked
rate 8 - Charge per hour for the subcontractor. This field includes the currency symbol
owner 8 - The id value (an 8 digit number) of the customer who has booked this...

I'm not sure if "subcontractor" is the same thing with "contractor". I think SUN want to say "contractor" in all fields. If not, what do "subcontractor" mean?
Thank you.
 
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I assume it is the same.
 
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