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Re: Speaking of DB schema

Hi David;

I got this committed in /trunk too.  The entire db schema is somewhat
unstable at the moment but it will get more stable in coming releases.
As this happens, more comments, etc. will appear in this

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 5/6/07, Chris Travers <..hidden..> wrote:
We have some autogenerated documentation in doc/database (currently
only in branches/1.2 and appropriate tags-- will add to /trunk

Hope this helps,
Chris Travers

On 5/6/07, David L. Smith-Uchida <..hidden..> wrote:
> I've been poking around in the code repository and I don't see
> anything like documentation of the DB schema.  I started on a
> description of the SQL-Ledger 2.6 DB schema when I started on the
> Java code.  It does not have explanations for everything but does
> list out the tables, triggers and some notes on what things do.  It's
> in Word format but nothing too trick so OpenOffice should read it or
> I can put it into another format.  Would this be useful as a starting
> point for documenting the Ledger-SMB DB schema?
> Cheers,
> Dave Smith
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