Author: Lisandro Fernigrini

Lisandro is a Database Architect from Rosario, Argentina. With almost 20 years of experience in Oracle and SQL Server, among other database engines, he currently works as Database Practice Lead on Kapsch Trafficcom. He is also a member of both the Oracle ACE program and the Argentina Oracle User Group. In his free time, he enjoys watching his soccer team (Rosario Central) with his two sons.

What Is a One-to-Many Relationship in a Database? An Explanation with Examples

One-to-many relationships are one of the most common database relationships. If you want to learn when and how to use one-to-many relationships, then this article is a great starting point. You will surely use one-to-many relationships to store information in any relational database, whether you are designing enterprise-level software or just creating a simple database to keep track of your uncle’s stamp collection. A Brief Introduction to the Relational Model Relational databases are a core component of any modern transactional application.