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I’m currently creating a database model for a system containing users, which can have permissions to some categories. Simplified, it looks like this:
User - username - password Category - name
I now want to give users permissions to some categories, but not to others. So I thought of doing this like so:
User - username - password Category - name Permission - ForeignKeyField(username) - ForeignKeyField(Category)
My question: is this a logical way or are there better or more usual ways of doing this?
The only thing I see missing are ID’s. I would have my Schema set up as such:
User - ID - Username - Password Category - ID - Name Permission - ID - UserID - CategoryID