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Relationship The way information in one relation is related to information in another relation. For example, customers have a one-to-many relationship with orders because one customer can place many orders, but any order belongs to only one customer. Companies might have a many-to-many relationship with contacts because there might be multiple contacts for a company, and a contact might be associated with more than one company.
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Instance A particular member of a relation an individual customer or product. An instance is usually stored in a table as a record, or row.
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Microsoft Office Access 2003 Inside Out
Microsoft Access as an RDBMS
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A Microsoft Access desktop database (which uses the .mdb file extension) is a fully functional RDBMS. It provides all the data definition, data manipulation, and data control features you need to manage large volumes of data. You can use an Access desktop database (.mdb) either as a stand-alone RDBMS on a single workstation or in a shared client/server mode across a network. A desktop database can also act as the data source for data displayed on Web pages on your company intranet. When you build an application with an Access desktop database, Access is the RDBMS. You can also use Access to build applications in a project file (which uses the .adp file extension) connected to Microsoft SQL Server, and you can share the server data with other applications or with users on the Web. When you create a Microsoft Access project file (.adp), SQL Server (or the Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine MSDE) is the RDBMS.
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Data Definition and Storage
As you work with a document or a spreadsheet, you generally have complete freedom to define the contents of the document or each cell in the spreadsheet. Within a given page in a document, you might include paragraphs of text, a table, a chart, or multiple columns of data displayed with multiple fonts. Within a given column on a spreadsheet, you might have text data at the top to define a column header for printing or display, and you might have various numeric formats within the same column, depending on the function of the row. You need this flexibility because your word processing document must be able to convey your message within the context of a printed page, and your spreadsheet must store the data you re analyzing as well as provide for calculation and presentation of the results. This flexibility is great for solving relatively small, well-defined business problems. But a document becomes unwieldy when it extends beyond a few dozen pages, and a spreadsheet becomes difficult to manage when it contains more than a few hundred rows of information. As the amount of data grows, you might also find that you exceed the data storage limits of your word processing or spreadsheet program or of your computer system. If you design a document or spreadsheet to be used by others, it s difficult (if not impossible) to control how they will use the data or enter new data. For example, on a spreadsheet, even though one cell might need a date and another a currency value to make sense, a user might easily enter character data in error. Some spreadsheet programs allow you to define a database area within a spreadsheet to help you manage the information you need to produce the desired result. However, you are still constrained by the basic storage limitations of the spreadsheet program, and you still don t have much control over what s entered in the rows and columns of the database area. Also, if you need to handle more than number and character data, you might find that your spreadsheet program doesn t understand such data types as pictures or sounds. An RDBMS allows you to define the kind of data you have and how the data should be stored. You can also usually define rules that the RDBMS can use to ensure the integrity of your data. In its simplest form, a validation rule might ensure that the user can t accidentally store 6
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