Developing for Php, database design separeted modell person user how add people to db

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Vag491Moton (310 points)
I have to build web app with following db structure:I have structure as in sketch.

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answered Mar 21, 2016 by image (1,210 points)
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For such kinds of situations a dimension and fact design is a better approach.
The official name for such a kind of database is OLAP.
These kinds of databases have a less number of inserts and updates.
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commented Mar 22, 2016 by lookingH (1,100 points)
Can you post the signature of your method that is supposed to accept this post. This support only portrait mode
commented Mar 23, 2016 by Geh_4759_a (930 points)
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answered Mar 31, 2016 by orp5996 (990 points)

Specify the amount of space allocated for each database file.
The following are examples of user requirements. The following steps provide general guidance for physical database design.
You can check this out at Internal Revenue Manual - 2.5.13 Database Design Techniques and Deliverables A quick list of features
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answered Apr 3, 2016 by junabout (270 points)
I started with more than eight solutions to this problem. The source code and samples are available at How I Write SQL, Part 1: Naming Conventions
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answered May 3, 2016 by nyzwass (200 points)
I followed this thread when I was hit with the same issue yesterday. So, if you want to add a dynamic fragment, see this example
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answered May 4, 2016 by Feldpausch83 (1,200 points)
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