Guidelines for designing a new datamodel

When designing the datamodel for a new collection to be put in the DOMS, we have to choose how many different types of objects the model should consist of. This is a tradeoff between few objects containing lots of metadata each, and in the other extreme many objects with fewer metadata on each and potentially more relations between the objects. The guidelines below were written to convey the proper balance when designing a new datamodel.


Patterns for datamodels


Collections for datamodels


GuidelinesForNewDatamodel (last edited 2010-03-17 13:08:49 by localhost)