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    Lightbulb DB Design for dynamic data objects

    Hi

    I have an interesting design issue.

    I want to create a database design were a custom type objects can be created, linked and retrieved.

    I am planning to design a framework which will provide user a capability to define his own object structure and store it. He should be able to retrieve the values based on the fields defined in his objects.

    I am planning to have XML to pass the information between client and the server, but I am struggling with coming up with an acceptable database design for this.

    I want to design DB considering storing capacity of upto 40,000 records and custom objects created upto 200.

    Any ideas or guldens will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks
    Last edited by roadwarrior; 01-22-2010 at 04:59 AM.

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