Intershop applications use relational databases. A relational schema specifies a collection of table definitions, providing structure for the data housed in the database instance. The entity relationship model documentation depends on the used Intershop version.
The database structure is tangibly pictured in an entity-relationship diagram. These diagram/model is contained in the attached *.zip files.
The erm_pdf_<version>.zip contains a set of PDF documents.
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Especially, physical data models differ significantly for each implementation, not least due to the underlying operating-system requirements that sits underneath them.
|Database ER Model 7.2.1|
|Database ER Model 7.3.1|
|Database ER Model 7.3.2|
|Database ER Model 7.4 CI|
|Database ER Model 7.4.5|
|Database ER Model - Intershop Commerce Management B2C/B2X 7.7|
|Database ER Model - Intershop Commerce Management B2C/B2X 7.8|
|Database ER Model - Intershop Commerce Management B2C/B2X 7.9|
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