DATA MODELING FOR THE ACCESS NEWCOMER, PART 1August 12, 2009 | 11:59 am
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Article Summary of DATA MODELING FOR THE ACCESS NEWCOMER, PART 1 by Glenn Lloyd:
Thorough, thoughtful, and accurate data modeling should be the starting point of detailed database design. But a surprising number of developers have little or no understanding of data modeling and shy away from what sounds like a non-profitable and time-consuming task.
Glenn Lloyd looks at the typical design pitfalls that trap Access beginners and shows the basic techniques that ensure success.
He discusses database design, where to start, relational tables in relationship to application requirements, types of relationships, data modeling to represent the real world entities, and Normalization rules.
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