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WHAT tables are required?

WHAT tables are required?

WHAT tables are required?

(OP)
Hi

Trying to think this one through so a bit of help of you guys may solve it.
I'm need to create some clicks off sites, these links will come from different sites so i want to know which and how many clicks are being gathered

my simple URL is
index.asp?page=count&typeid=2&identity=1

count calling the redirect function, typeid is the company it belongs to, identity being the place from where the click happened.

So what are the best tables to contruct? i want to view these in an admin page so i need to see

click count per banner lets say 2 for now, and which sites the clicks came from lets again say 2 for simplicity?

What is my database design going to be.. i wnat it simple so i can constuct a view inner joins to view on a formatted page

Thanks

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