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Hi...

I would like to know about generic, well tested, data models to use on Entity and Documental management.

By Entity Management I mean something like having one "Entity" (person or enterprise) that can be at the seme time Customer, supplier, employee (and so on).
By Documental Management I mean a model that can provide me a way to create documents, make relationships between them, etc...

Are there any models available that I can use or from where I can start?

I got some results from Google... some pretty nasty diagrams:
http://www.dmreview.com/editorial/dmreview/200203/200203_46_1.gif

This is what I'm talking about... models as much complex/complete as possible...

Thanks!
Alex
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