Dating website database schema
In response to this proposal, a committee was formed to design extensions to the 1992 edition of the SQL standard (ANSI X3.135.-1992 and ISO/IEC 9092); those extensions, known as TSQL2, were developed during 1993 by this committee.
In late 1993, Snodgrass presented this work to the group responsible for the American National Standard for Database Language SQL, ANSI Technical Committee X3H2 (now known as NCITS H2).
The following is an outline and description of the database tables created during the standard installation of Word Press.
The database structure and the diagram below were last updated in version 4.4.
However, this approach introduces additional complexities such as dealing with the validity of (foreign) keys.
In 1992, this issue was recognized but standard database theory was not yet up to resolving this issue, and neither was the then-newly formalized SQL-92 standard.
Richard Snodgrass proposed in 1992 that temporal extensions to SQL be developed by the temporal database community.
It is followed by specific information of what is in each table.
The following describe the tables and fields created during the network installation.