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Thread began 10/18/2009 1:42 am by troyd | Last modified 10/22/2009 4:26 pm by troyd | 2529 views | 16 replies

troyd

  Troy,

yes you would use the id from tbl_breedingschedule as the value for breedingScheduleID in tbl_breedingspuppies  



OK. I'm probably over thinking this but I don't want to assume anything.
Do my two main tables tblMales and tblFemales have both an id and a maleID or bitchID?
I'm guess no. But not sure.

I have "id" already on all my tables. Setup as int. auto-increment, primary.

Do I need to add the others or were you referring to the id as maleID and bitchID? Should I just rename my column name from id to maleID?

I ask because I see that tbl_breedingschedule has all, id, maleID and bitchID. Which I assume is because the last two are the FK for the other tables and this table needs it's own id for tbl_breedingpuppies to join with. Is this correct?

Maybe I should map out an image like the one that Office Guy referred me to. It might help me explain what I've done.

(Sam's MySQL in 10 Minutes, book on order).

Thanks,
Troy

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