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Software Iethodology for Dynamising Database Structure in Municipalities

Plamen Milev ()

Economic Alternatives, 2012, issue 2, 113-125

Abstract: This paper focuses on the structure of municipal documents. These documents are official applications which provide specific facts and information in a particular type of law. In this sense, each local administration has its own document structure, described in the existing municipal regulations. Under the structure of municipal documents we understand the list of attributes of the document and their meanings in relation to this document. Typically, this structure does not change during the calendar year, but in many cases the structure is different for any of the following or even for each subsequent calendar year. Therefore, the paper examines some methodological issues of dynamising database structure in municipalities. For this purpose, five software methods are discussed – software method for defining documents, software method for presenting documents as metadata, software method for saving documents presented as metadata, software method for storing documents as metadata, software method for retrieving documents saved as metadata. The paper ends with conclusions about the advantages of using a software methodology for dynamising database structure in municipalities.

Keywords: methodology; database; software method (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C8 H7 L86 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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