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I'm looking forward to implement a "services" database with v7, on which i would like to store different services of different kinds. Service1 would have some fields that Service2 wouldn't have, and Service3 might have totally different fields except the inherited ones.
I imagine i could write a generic Service class that would be inherited by the more specific classes corresponding to the actual services.
I wonder if it's the proper way to do it, and i'm looking for examples of such a way to handle a set of related objects in an unified way.
Thank you AJ
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