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Re: Re: [SOGo] to better understand Sogo

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  • From: "vikas sinha" < >
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  • Subject: Re: Re: [SOGo] to better understand Sogo
  • Date: 29 Jun 2012 04:16:28 -0000
  • Comment: DomainKeys? See
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If you see the tables, they have same name except acl and quick add as suffix. This is the relation.


On Thu, 28 Jun 2012 21:35:41 +0530 wrote


really? This is unbelievable.

Are we back in 1970? Do people know what a ER diagramm is (special
focus should be on the R here ;-)?

Am 28.06.2012 16:54, schrieb Nicolas - Lileo:

Hi, thanks for the answer,

Actually i checked the foreign key relations and there is no
relationships between tables...


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Le 28/06/2012 14:18, Buddy Butterfly a écrit:


if this is a proper db model then the relationships should be
visible in

the foreign key relations ;-)

Am 28.06.2012 13:36, schrieb Nicolas - Lileo:

Hi all,

I had to do some work in the mysql database where sogo keep
his datas.

Anyway, i have a question about the way sogo organize the
calendar and addressbook datas.

I noticed that there are 3 tables for each personal calendar
or each personal addressbook.

1 for acl, 1 for datas (quick) and 1 who has exactly the same
structure if it's a calendar or an addressbook.

My question is what is the relationship between calendar
tables and adressbook table and basically how does it work?

Thanks in advance


Nicolas FABRE

With Regards,

Vikas Sinha
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