Logical Data Modeling - Domain Integrity

Data System Architecture


Domain integrity is a data integrity which specifies that all values in an attribute must be declared upon a defined domain.

Domain integrity refers only on the storage part of the data (in the database) whereas conformity refers also to the exchange and presentation of the data in an application.

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