When embarking on any new project or learning experience, it is essential that you have a strong foundation of understanding constructed from key concepts and parameters. As you begin your work with databases and database design, you should develop a firm understanding of key concepts and parameters that are critical to the foundation of all database design.
In this Discussion, you examine these key fundamental principles of database design.
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1) A brief analysis of the connection between entity relational modeling and relational databases.
2) Discuss a brief example of a conceptual model that could be used in your own organization and list at least one business rule and two cardinalities that apply to that model.
In this chapter, the authors demonstrate how to create databases both from templates and manually, how to construct a table structure, and how to define the relationship between tables.
The focus of this chapter is creating forms, which enables standardized data to be entered into a database. The authors demonstrate how to create, format and customize the layout of forms.
This chapter concentrates on sorting and filtering information within a database in order to locate and display desired information. It begins with simple sorts and progresses through displaying information that matches specific, multiple criteria.
There are a wide variety of online tutorials available to assist with using Microsoft Access. Below are several you might consider, as needed:
This series of videos provides detailed instruction on all aspects of Microsoft Access 2010 use. This resource requires a paid subscription.
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