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databases building

Question asked by brucewashington on Apr 11, 2010


databases building


I am building a database for people with credit card debt.  We dispute this and I need to put in


Contact Info (one to many) >> 

Bank Info (many to many) (one person may have many banks they deal with >>

Credit Card Info  (one to many) one person will probably have many credit cards >>

Tracking Numbers (each credit card will have a few different letters to them)


What I am wondering is how many tables I should have for this?


It seems like things could get mixed up in doing four tables.  Thanks for any ideas on this.