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August 10, 2006


Graham Boundy

We (the industry) have a long way to go with this. Take customer as an example. In most data models I've seen customer is represented by a number of tables and or associated tables. Any SODA Customer service would have to be aware of the level of customer we're refereing to. Is it the customer table only, or do we include address, or accounts, or household group?

While a Customer Service would provide viewing, Insert, Update, Delete, Drop, Alter, capabilities and it would also have to be Referential Integrity aware.

All this adds complexities to any "full" service we'd like to define.

Can I have some Scotch with that SODA?

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