Extended DB Features
Oracle SQL Extensions
Linking Database Tables
Database Management System
Database Life Cycle
DBLC Design Stages
3 Schema Architecture
Post Design Stages
Application Approach DB Design
Database Design Strategy
Business Rules Importance
Customer Order Shipment
Define Business Objects
Data Flow Diagram
Interview Data Users
Attributes and Entities
Entities Conceptual Model
Store Entity Values
Attribute Domains Types
Rules for Creating Identifiers
Three Relationship Types
Convert m:n to 1:n
One to One Relationships
Optional Participation Relationships
Mandatory Optional Relationship
Student Class Entities
Relational database structure - Exercise
What are the parts of a relational database table?
Identify the parts of a relational database table.
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The preceding lesson illustrated the parts of a relational database table. This exercise gives you a chance to reinforce what you have learned by identifying the parts of a different database table.
Use the information contained in the sample table below to answer the following questions:
What does “Reports” represent?
What do the columns “Editor and DeptName” represent?
What does the highlighted row represent?
What does the column “ReportID” represent?
Reports table consisting of 1) ReportID 2) Editor 3) DeptName
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