Workstudy View

The final example of an individual type code in this example is Workstudy, which is a graduate student who also teaches at the university. As you can see in the diagram, this view is constructed differently from the ones we have seen so far because it requires a join between the Student base table and the Employee base table in order to get all the necessary columns. A new column, Entry Date, comes from the Student base table.

Workstudy View

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