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[EP-tech] EPrints Database entity relationship diagram
I am not aware of one and they would vary between repositories
sufficiently significantly that you would need a tool to produce one
rather than having one ER diagram for all repositories. ?You may be
able to generate something comparable from the XML schema at:
It may also be possible to run a tool against the database directly.
diagram?will probably do the job. ?However, I do not know how well the
relationships between tables (i.e. foreign keys) have been defined. ?So
you may just see a load of unassociated tables. ?As the linking of
tables is managed for the Perl-coded EPrints API.
On Thu, 2017-12-14 at 15:48 +0000, Andrew Beeken wrote:
> Hi all!
> Is there an entity relationship diagram available for the EPrints
> database? I?ve been asked by our databases team if I can provide one
> and I don?t particularly relish the idea of drawing one up myself!
> Thanks in advance!
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