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Business Computing 1 Final Exam Notes

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Notes to prepare you for the final exam! Includes: - Access - Excess - Lecture notes

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Business Economy Database Password Enterprise resource planning Data validation File locking Spreadsheet Work systems
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(e.g. player, item, order) Fields (attributes) • Characteristics/Descriptors of an Entity • Examples: - Player – Family name, Team, DOB 2. Relationships (Links) • Set up relationships between tables to allow data manipulation • Reduce data redundancy by linking tables using a common key field • The field in a table that is used to uniquely identify each record is called the primary key • Relate tables by a common data element. Do this by repeating the primary key of one table in another table (where it is called the foreign key). This effectively “links” the two tables Types of relationship (links): • One to one - E.g. A bank branch has only one manager, One manager only in charge of one bank • One to many - E.g. A department can many employees, An employee work in one department • Many t...
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