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What is a database?
Solution No. 663

In order to get started with Method, it’s a good idea to start with the nuts and bolts of how things work - and you don’t get nuttier or, ah, boltier than databases.  The database is sort of the wellspring from which all the great things you’re going to build with Method flow.  But that’s a pretty vague definition, so let’s get specific.

In basic terms, a database is an organized collection of data, organized into tables (which we’ll get into later).  Remember our Method filing cabinet from our story?  That’s your database!

In Method terms, one account is equal to one database (or filing cabinet).  Each database contains a series of tables, used to store lots of different kinds of information.


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