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Designing a database schema for an online merch store involves defining the structure of the database to efficiently store and manage information about products, customers, orders, and other relevant entities. Here's a basic example of a database schema for an online merch store:
  1. 1.
    Products Table:
    • ProductID (Primary Key)
    • ProductName
    • Description
    • Price
    • StockQuantity
    • CategoryID (Foreign Key referencing Categories table)
  2. 2.
    Categories Table:
    • CategoryID (Primary Key)
    • CategoryName
  3. 3.
    Customers Table:
    • CustomerID (Primary Key)
    • FirstName
    • LastName
    • Email
    • Address
    • PhoneNumber
  4. 4.
    Orders Table:
    • OrderID (Primary Key)
    • CustomerID (Foreign Key referencing Customers table)
    • OrderDate
    • TotalAmount
  5. 5.
    OrderItems Table:
    • OrderItemID (Primary Key)
    • OrderID (Foreign Key referencing Orders table)
    • ProductID (Foreign Key referencing Products table)
    • Quantity
    • Subtotal
This basic schema covers the essential entities in an online merch store. Each table represents a different aspect of the store, and relationships between tables are established using foreign keys. You can expand on this schema based on specific requirements, such as incorporating user authentication, tracking shipping information, or handling discounts and promotions.
Remember, this is a simplified example, and real-world scenarios may require more detailed consideration, normalization, and additional tables based on the specific features and complexity of your online merch store.
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