Originally Posted by dmprantz
Not to be jerky, but this is not correct. In database terms, a team and a member would each be an entity or table. The table would then have attributes defined in it. One such attribute would be a unique, non-null value, the primary key. Other attributes could be the name of each. Each non-key attribute should depend on the primary key to be normalized at a certain level (3NF). Each entry in the table is called a tuple, and each tuple must have a primary key. Over the years, tuple/attribute have been displaced by record/field, and then again by row/column. Each entity can be associated to another through the use of relations. Relations are generally either defined by a foreign key reference (1:∞) or by a seperate table with foreign keys to each of the related ones (∞:∞).
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