What is the ID antipattern and why / under which circumstances is it considered an antipattern? The id antipattern is having a unique ID column in each table. The ID is generated for each new ...
Suppose we are creating databases containing information about monkeys, and a user interface to present monkey information to users. We have two separate databases. The schemas are identical (and are ...
I know this type of question comes up a lot, but I've yet to read any compelling arguments to help me make this decision. Please bear with me! I have a huge database - it grows by about 10,000,000 ...
Possible Duplicate: Why use an int as a lookup table's primary key? So far, I'm accustomed to creating an ID column for every table and it is practical in a way that it makes me not ...
I've being reading around reasons to use or not Guid and int. int is smaller, faster, easy to remember, keeps a chronological sequence. And as for Guid, the only advantage I found is that it is ...