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To be more specific: Entity Relationship Diagrams
(ERDs). Or, from the Object Oriented world, the
poor man's ERD - Class Diagrams.
> --- pam <peemo -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> > Michele,
> > In my experience, the developers wanted
> > graphics. You can show
> > what queries hit what parts of the database, the
> > relationship between
> > different parts of the database, and the
> > of storage.
> > It's a good place to begin. Some of the images
> > pointed out were good
> > examples.
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