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Re:  Schema Article
Hi Len,

Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:


> Still I wonder if 
> 
> id  IDREF 
> 
> is a good practice.


Let's say that it's not usual ;=) ... When I have writen this example, I 
wanted to show that you can use other attribute names than id/idref but 
I could|should have used totally different names.


> 
> Good article!  I enjoy these because they really do 
> save us a lot of time and effort in analysis.


Thanks for your message.

Eric


> 
> len
>


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