As the final check of the class hierarchy, look at the data from the multi-type views used to construct some of the intermediate classes in the hierarchy. The Employee View was selected on the types of Instructor, Professor, and Support. The diagram below shows that querying the Employee Class provides the same results as shown in the relational Employee View.
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