Re: Real-life PL/SQL these days ...

  • From: RameshGeecee <RameshGeecee@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Thomas.Mercadante@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 18:41:40 +0530

Hi Tom,

>  Ramesh,
> >So now the challenge with the development teams is teaching them
> relational design and why we design a database >the way we do.  Their
> approach is a flat-table design.  Constant discussions about how to store
> something as simple >as a name and address.
> Exactly my experience - kind of like do we NEED a data model and / or a
> data modeler for this project?  We have a very good Object model and then we
> have Hibernate - why do we need a data model for this is generally what I
> got to hear on a couple of projects - don't know if this is the right trend
> or not.  I am yet to finish through the Helsinki approach that Toon had
> mentioned in a reply to this thread.

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