What standard should I follow when naming tables and views? For instance, is it a good idea to put something like tbl_ at the beginning of table names? Should I designate code/lookup tables in some ...
Why is it that different platforms (linux vs windows) does not support the same naming conventions? I'm stunned by the fact that the documentation uses file names as an excuse for this. Yes, windows ...
When I am looking to create some timestamp fields (or other date/time style fields), what is the best way to name them? Should I just put record_timestamp?
I remember learning to do this in a DBMS course for Master of Information Services students. To save yourself some typing, you can type: SELECT t1.id, t2.stuff FROM someTable t1 ...
How should I name my Tables when creating a new database? Singular: Client or Plural: Clients?
Given this setup in current Postgres 9.4 (from this related question): CREATE TABLE foo (ts, foo) AS VALUES (1, 'A') -- int, text , (7, 'B'); CREATE TABLE bar (ts, bar) AS VALUES (3, 'C') ...
I have a Naming Standards file in ERwin (.nsm format) that I want to be able to open up in Excel (for example, in order to compare 2 .nsm files). How would I be able to do that?
I have 2 naming standards files from ERwin (.nsm extension), and I want to compare them to see if they contain the same rules. Is there some sort of automated way to check this? If there isn't a way ...