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You should download this database and install it on your server before you begin to read the rest of this book. To download and install the sample Asset database:
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1. Visit www.trigonblue.com/sqlxml 2. Click the Download Sample DB link. 3. Click the Asset sample database link to start the download. When prompted,
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opt to save the file to disk. Remember the location to which you saved the file.
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4. Unzip the contents of the Zip file into the Data folder of the machine on
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which SQL Server is installed (usually \Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Data).
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5. Make sure that SQL Server is running. If necessary, run SQL Server Service
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Manager from Programs | MS SQL Server or use the system tray icon. If necessary, start the SQL Server service.
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6. Run Query Analyzer (select Programs | MS SQL Server | Query Analyzer). 7. You will be prompted to connect to SQL Server. Type the server name and log
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in as system administrator (sa). If the password has not been set, leave the password blank (an empty string).
Query Analyzer opens a query window pointing to the master database.
1: Introduction
8. Type the following text in the query window:
EXEC sp_attach_db 'Asset', 'E:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Data\Asset_data.mdf', 'E:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Data\Asset_log.ldf'
If the location of the folder containing the Asset database file is different from the one shown in the command, change the command.
9. To attach the database, select Query | Execute from the menu bar. SQL Server
attaches the database. The database is now ready for use.
Purpose and Design of the Sample Database
The Asset database is designed to track and manage assets within an organization. This database allows users to Track features of assets Search for assets with specific features
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Record the current location and status of an asset Track the person and organizational unit to which the asset is assigned Note how an asset is acquired and the cost of the acquisition Keep parameters concerning leases (for example, lease payments, lease schedules, and lease vendors used to obtain assets) Identify assets for which lease schedules have expired Record orders to departments in charge of services such as acquisition, disposal, servicing, and technical support Monitor the processing of orders Manage the costs associated with actions taken on order items
Database Diagram
Figure 1-1 shows the physical implementation of the Asset entity relationship diagram.
Figure 1-1
A database diagram of the Asset database
1: Introduction
Description of Assets
The following illustration shows the tables involved in the description of each asset. Detailed information about deployed equipment and their features is essential for the proper management of current inventory as well as future upgrades and acquisitions.
Information in these asset description tables allows users to Manage a list of standard equipment deployed within the organization Manage a list of attributes (properties) that can be used to describe assets Manage a list of attributes for each asset Obtain a summary of equipment deployed within the organization Make decisions about the deployment of a software package based on the capabilities of existing equipment in the field Find obsolete pieces of equipment that need to be disposed of and replaced with new equipment
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Inventory The central table in the Asset database is the Inventory table. It is designed to track the assets currently deployed within an organization. The most important information about an asset indicates what kind of equipment it is. This table also stores information about the asset s current location and its status, as well as the way in which the asset was acquired and the cost of acquisition. Equipment The Equipment table stores the make and model of each type of asset. Each piece of equipment with a unique make and model has a separate record in this table. It groups equipment by equipment type. To accommodate SOUNDEX searches (and illustrate the use of this SOUNDEX function), the Equipment table also has a field for precalculated SOUNDEX codes representing the makes and models of equipment. EqType This table lists types of equipment. For example, equipment types include notebook, printer, monitor, keyboard, mouse, scanner, and network hub. Property Each asset in the database can be described with a set of attributes listed in the Properties table. This table also records a unit used to store the value of the property. For example, the properties (and units of measure) of a monitor are size (inch), resolution (pixel), and type, while an external hard disk has properties (and units) such as capacity (GB), size (inch), and adapter. InventoryProperty Each Asset in the Inventory table has a set of properties. The InventoryProperty table stores the values of each property (except for make and model, which are recorded in the Equipment table). For example, a Toshiba (Make) Prot g 7020 (Model) notebook (EqType) assigned to an employee has 64 (value) MB (unit) of RAM (property), 4.3 (value) GB (unit) of HDD capacity (property), a Pentium II 333 (value) processor (property), and so on. Another employee is using an upgraded version of the same equipment with 128 (value) MB (unit) of RAM (property), 6.4 (value) GB (unit) of HDD capacity (property), a Pentium II 366 (value) processor (property), and so on.
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