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QuestionWhat is the best way to store product specification in database Pinmemberswapnil70901-May-13 5:15 
hello
i am working on Project called Inventory Management System for Hardware shop and i play developer role.
Now The database has category table which is consist of many categories such as Motherboard , Ram , Processor and so on.
Now the question is what is best way to store specification in database
because every category has its own specification ,
I Have Two Way :-
either by creating different table for each specification of Category
or create single table for all specification of Every Category.
i am confuse between this two.which one is best and faster.
Thanks in advance.. Smile | :)
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