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Posted - 04/06/2012 :  11:24:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I've been learning the SQL language for a programming project involving hierarchical relationships.

In the mean time, I have a project where I need to tag elements in a long list with arbitrary tags. I know sql is used for tagging but from what I understand, each tag gets its own table with a list of the id's that a possessed with that tag.

Since I'm going down the list and adding arbitrary tags, navigating to a new table for every tag and inserting the id by hand would be very counter intuitive.

Are there any tools or methods that would make this relatively simple? I was looking at database management tools like sqlitestudio to see if any of them had a capability for inverting the order of work for tagging purposes.

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