Logical Data Modeling - Hierarchy Relationship

Data System Architecture


A hierarchy is a composed relationship. It means that it represents a succession of one-to-many relationship that build a tree between:

Relational model

A hierarchy is represented in a relational model by a succession of one-to-many (ie foreign key constraint)

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