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Re: World Database of Crystallographers: New Specification

 Dear Brian,

>    gb    'United Kingdom'

  Even if it is not ISO 316, you are ordered to include: 

     uk    'United Kingdom'

  There is something screwy either with the .pdf file of the
entity-relationship figure itself or with the way my system shows it up
on the screen and prints it. There are some 5% of the characters missing
although I can see them on your .gif/.jpg 

  e.g. in WDC_INSTITUTION, I have address_p stcode and address_re ion

  On the level of total trivia, in the tables in INSTITUTION and
    country should be country_id and I wonder whether contact_person
should not rather be contact_person_id (i.e. a relation into

  I shall show the text to the Mrs. She earns money with database
applications. The only thing to hope is that she does not send me or you
a bill!

Best wishes,

Howard Flack        http://www.unige.ch/crystal/ahdf/Howard.Flack.html
Laboratoire de Cristallographie               Phone: 41 (22) 702 62 49
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