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QuestionSubquery returns more than 1 row PinmemberJassim Rahma24-Dec-12 1:02 
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QuestionOn the Naming of Columns for Lookup tables. PinmemberBrady Kelly17-Dec-12 22:44 
I have drafted a rough design of a new database for a job application web site. I have a quintillion lookup tables with no more than a primary key and a string column, e.g. Province, with Id int and Province nvarchar(50). In this case, Province seems a natural and logical name for the description field, but in others the description is more vague, and better named as simple Description.
 
Now, if I use the name Description for all description columns in the DB I gain the opportunity to use more generalized T-SQL and C# code to deal with lookup tables, but I lose in semantics, especially where e.g. a WorkCategory lookup table grows to represent a business entity and not just a value domain; then Description would become less meaningful among more than just two columns.
 
I understand there is no black and white, clear cut answer to this question, but I am only asking for suggestions and input from people who may have faced similar dilemmas before.
AnswerRe: On the Naming of Columns for Lookup tables. PinmemberMycroft Holmes17-Dec-12 23:19 
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QuestionOn Strategies to Spell Check the Structure of a Database. PinmemberBrady Kelly14-Dec-12 3:02 
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GeneralRe: On Strategies to Spell Check the Structure of a Database. PinmemberBrady Kelly14-Dec-12 17:12 
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