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Database concepts part1b
Database concepts part1b
Database concepts part1b
Database concepts part1b
Database concepts part1b
Database concepts part1b
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Database Concepts in a Virtual World

Database Concepts in a Virtual World

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  • 1. Database Concepts in a Virtual World Part One B Janet L. Ochs
  • 2. Create new Access database using data collected from DB Home
    Set up tables with primary keys, field headers, data types and field properties
    Add records to the tables
    Establish relationship between Room Table and Furniture Table
    Overview
  • 3. Start Creating the Database
    Primary Key
    Memo Data Type
    Change Field Properties
  • 4. Furniture Table
    Indicates Chair, Sofa, Desk or Bed
  • 5. Room Table
  • 6. Create Relationship
  • 7. Visual Connection for Relationships
  • 8. View Final Results
  • 9. Continue to DB Vacation Home using link from instructor
    Add a second House to the inventory database
    Update Furniture Table with more items
    Update Room Table with more rooms
    Create new relationship between Houses and Rooms
    Next Steps

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