In the first few chapters of this book, we focused on obtaining a set of use cases and a data model that accurately represented the scope of a problem and the interrelation of the different data items. Chapters 7 through 9 saw how we could take the data model and represent it in a relational database as a set of normalized tables related by foreign keys. The previous two chapters showed how we could efficiently enter data into these tables and use queries to extract meaningful information and reports
KeywordsData Model Relational Database Customer Class Person Object Repeated Column
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