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Sai Prasad we need to help Jarrad layout some mock searches. We want to come up with a basic schema for the data. Can you jot your ideas?

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I am Looking for: Walmart

Return: Jmart Australia

Walmart, United States | Jmart, Australia|Category: SuperMarket

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Steven Reubenstone So It’ll have 3 columns. one is for country one is for company name and one for product/service. The reason we cannot directly fetch from spreadsheet is because the data may be redundant when people populate same data. So we need to put on some mechanism which detects redundant data and categorize companies according to service/product which would help us in querying relevantly correct data. Please suggest if any changes are needed :-)

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Main question Sai Prasad…is where is the association in the schema…like the app needs to know Walmart in US is like XMart IN in Australia

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So when u search Walmart (from US) results spit out XMart in australia…you know what im saying? I want to lock this plan up

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Yeah I’m able to understand your question Steven Reubenstone

Let me explain how this is going to work… there are 3 columns country or origin, Product/service category and Company name and all three have a relation for a single row … So how is the searching going to work…

The flow is - when user types in the Company name and origin country name there are services associated with it right ? So now at the backend all the companies with similar services are fetched and shown to user. To pin point to a particular country, the user will have option to enter destination country and service he/she want to avail in the destination country. So now in the backend the query rows will be fetched depending on the filter option which are company name and service and country for an accurate result.

This is how I planned to execute.

Let me know if you understood or not … if there is still a confusion… Ill implement a dummy API and show the same 😊

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Yea… as long as this use case can work

I am Looking for: Walmart – I am in Australia

Return: Jmart in Australia

ok

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Great I think you’ve got the idea 😊Steven Reubenstone

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