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i need to make a tabel in database using these collums(Zonetype zone peak offpeak cash).
I make a one table using these things .anyway i understood this table is not correct.
because i can't show number of tickects available for each types of zones?
I mean it is not normalize or any other error.
I will give only one suggestion, as your table design is not correct. you need to consider relationship among your columns.
if each zone type has many zones which means there is one to many relationship between zonetype and zone, so zonetype should be in one table let say as primary key and zone should be in other table with a foreign key to zonetype.
hope this helps.
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it is ok.
we can remove the zone colum.
but the problem is same zone appears in different zonetypes.
i have attach a screenshott too.
But the other problem is that each zone have value for peak,offpeak and cash .
so if we remove them how to manage peak,offpeak and cash columns?
I am sorry if I am being rude, but In my view the purpose of javaranch is to help people to solve the problem, also the people who read this thread may be able to extract something to solve their problem.
moving the communication to PM's will not help those people who will read this thread to solve their problem.
Joined: Jan 08, 2010
i will post my requirment here
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