• Start by deciding on an area to develop a database for. It should be different than anything we did in class.
  • Write a brief problem narrative that describes what information needs to be stored.
  • Create an entity-relationship diagram. There should be at least three entities in your diagram. The entities should be connected to each other - no "islands".
  • Convert your ER diagram into normalized tables, and create these tables in an Access database.
  • Use the Relationships tool, and include all tables. Referential integrity should be enforced for all tables.
  • Populate the normalized database tables. There should be at least one table with at least 20 records, and all tables should contain at least 5 records.
  • Create at least eight useful queries - two of which should use a function; one of which should use a GROUP BY; and at least three of which use more than one table.
  • Create a form to permit data entry into all tables. There should be at least one multiple-table form.
  • Create reports to display all table data. There should be at least one multiple-table report. Have summation rows if reasonable.
  • You will present your work to your instructor at the last class meeting. Use the signup sheets to select a time. Have your problem narrative and ER diagram available on paper.
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