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________________________________> CC:> From: [EMAIL 
PROTECTED]> Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Question about database design> Date: Wed, 24 
Oct 2007 15:18:05 -0400> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]>> I think I understand what you 
are saying here... On the main table just list the persons name and then on a 
second table use a 1 to many relationship on a foreign key to link all the 
addresses into the name? Or did I miss the mark? :)> On Oct 24, 2007, at 9:30 
AM, Bastien Koert wrote:> I would approach this by having a main people table 
(with a unique id of course) and then create a second addresses table which 
uses the people Id key as the foreign key to this table...then you can have 
multiple (more than two) addresses for those users, you could add a season in 
the addresses to be able to pull the correct one based on date> bastien>> To:>> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]>> Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 
09:06:29 -0400>> Subject: [PHP-DB] Question about database design>>>> ********I 
sent this to the MySQL list but didn't receive any>> response, My apologies if 
you have already received this.>>>>>> Hi Everyone,>>>> So having learned my 
lesson with the last application, I am trying to>> plan out the addition of a 
feature to my database application.>> Basically, some of my customers go south 
for the winter ("Snow>> Birds") what I would like to do is have away of storing 
both their>> addresses in the database, and have it so that the people>> 
administering the list can choose between wether they are up north or>> down 
south without having to erase the old address.>>>> For that I was thinking 
creating a second table "SnowBirds" and list>> their southern addresses in 
there and then when the list admin clicks>> on the edit button for their name, 
it would also be able to pull up a>> list of the the addresses stored and 
associated with that person.>>>> I'm also considering adding a date range for 
the addresses so that if>> they know they'll be south from November to March it 
will check the>> date and switch between the record accordingly BEFORE 
exporting to>> excel.>>>> Now... I haven't really asked a question yet but gave 
some background>> into what I want to do. Sooooo... Here's the question, does 
anyone>> have any advice on the best way to do it? Am I right in thinking 
that>> a second table is required? Would it be called a Relational database?>> 
Or have I missed the terminology?>>>> Any help would be greatly 
appreciated!>>>> Thanks for looking!>>>> ohhh... and in case it makes a 
difference it's MySQL 5.* and I'll be>> writing the stuff to access that 
database with php 5.>>>> -->>>> Jason Pruim>> Raoset Inc.>> Technology 
Manager>> MQC Specialist>> 3251 132nd ave>> Holland, MI, 49424>>>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]>>>>> ________________________________> 
Express yourself with free Messenger emoticons. Get them today!> --> Jason 
Pruim> Raoset Inc.> Technology Manager> MQC Specialist> 3251 132nd ave> 
Holland, MI, 49424>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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