He should be using three. While one company could use many services, you
might also have other companies that offer the same service. So there should
be 3 tables to allow a many-to-many relationship. See my e-mail response to

- Jonathan

"Chris Hobbs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I won't add to the code suggestions already given, but I will share one
> thought about your tables - you absolutely _should_ be using two. Any
> given company can have from one service to thousands (take GE,
> everything from light bulbs to cruise missiles :). The only way to
> capture that data effectively is in two tables.
> Andrius Jakutis wrote:
> > Can you help me? I know that for this example its better to use one
> > not two, but I am just learning..
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