[ic] interchange-users Digest, Vol 133, Issue 14

Greg Sabino Mullane greg at endpoint.com
Sat Aug 2 02:32:20 UTC 2014

> Thanks for your advice. If we could avoid the complexity of a tree,
> that would be good. Do you have a suggestion how to structure the
> shipment conditions into a linear fashion in the database?

I don't quite understand the example yet:

> The conditions are in a tree structure and a shipment rate belongs
> the root node of one these conditions. Examples:
> weight between 0 and 50 AND postal code between 10000 and 109999
> subtotal between 0 and 200
> pending order for this user

Where is the parent-child relationships in the above? Wouldn't 
the tree only ever get accessed from one of the shipment rate 
root nodes?

Greg Sabino Mullane greg at endpoint.com
End Point Corporation
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