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Jun 21, 2009, 14:20 #14
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I would think that if you have a green T-shirt in size XL, then that's one product with one prize. So that T-shirt has an unique Id and a unique prize. Put the Id, product name and prize in one table. Following normalization rules, put the attributes in different tables with foreign keys.
One way or the other, these 1000's of possible combination's will be there. Whether you put them in one table or in 10 tables. I don't know the specific requirements of the project of the original poster. Depending on those, you would choose a very normalized approach or otherwise a less normalized one. I'm also not familiar with the prizing scheme used. Probably depending on that you could choose a different approach
@allspiritseve: yes, I can see how an AEV approach makes the search queries a bit more difficult. Maybe looking into how different tagging schema's are used in the bigger web apps like Delicious would be interesting.
A somehwat older article, but still interesting