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Hi all,i am a rare customer here.
now i am in need of some database design.especially for web/serverside.can anybody tell me the good resources for database design patterns?.please give me the links of discussion forums of database design/modelling.
thanks in advance.
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Why don't you just post your questions here?
Also take a look at http://www.agiledata.org/
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Why don't you just post your questions here?
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thanks for remembering ilja.i always want to be with/move with javaranch.
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I'd check out Martin Fowler's Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture for information on designing the database access layer and mapping the database from your object design.
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Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
I'd check out Martin Fowler's Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture for information on designing the database access layer and mapping the database from your object design.
Kyle


thanks for your good suggestion Kyle,
i also think that's the better approch than looking patterns in database side.i dont find much patterns in database side more than identifying entities and relationships.designing with OO patterns and mapping into database is the best approach.
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