MrChrxs

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25 Jul
11 months ago

MrChrxs left a reply on Database Design For A Product With Lots Of Fields

Thank you @frezno I will definitely try to work out what I might need in the future, and try and break it down into relevant tables.

@Snapey I'll take a look at the Spatie manager. I thought about the multiple rows, and was initially going to go with that route, but wanted to see if it was good practice from experienced developers perspective.

24 Jul
11 months ago

MrChrxs left a reply on Database Design For A Product With Lots Of Fields

Thank you, @bobbybouwmann, I'll take a look at see if it helps.

@frezno, thank you! I was thinking of doing it more that way, but I was trying to condense the amount of fields in a table, and the amount of tables, if possible. I've updated my original post with an image of the types of fields I would be using/

MrChrxs started a new conversation Database Design For A Product With Lots Of Fields

Hello, I'm looking for assistance on how to layout tables for products that will have lots of fields.

I was thinking, 3 tables... A product table, a specifications table, and an images table.

Product table would have columns names of: id, name, price.. etc Spec table: id, product_id, spec_name(eg. Seats), spec_value(eg. 5) Image table: id, product_id, img_name(eg. banner_1), img_url(eg. /img/myimg.jpg)

There are about 18 Specifications per product. And about 4 image types(banner, product etc), with about 5-10 images for each.

I'm quite new to database design, and don't really know the best way to store a lot of data for products without creating a table with about 30 columns in it.