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  1. #1
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    one or two tables?

    I've been debating whether to place values on two tables, rather than one, where:

    Users go to a single page insert form where each user can make a single request.(among about 125 drop menu options, there are also other fields for request attributes like their budget, when they want the request to occur, & two other attributes) and they may also enter comments in a textarea (varchar). the existing able also contains info like name, contact, etc.

    Would this be considered a single entity?

    This is a 1 to 1 relationship isn't it? Would they have to be able to make multiple requests for this to be many to many?

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    yeah, sounds like one set of data collected for one user would go into one row in one table

    unless there was, you know, a repeating element, like a choice of options, if the user could choose a bunch of options, then those would be in a 1-to-many relationship with the user's set of basic data | @rudydotca
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