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Relational Database Design
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This paper describes the process of creating a relational database. It includes the SQL code (MySQL) for creating the tables, the joins to create the necessary relationships and the results of those SQL runs. It describes the specifications of the proposed system, the logic of that system, the table definitions and contents, a live transaction which inserts data and one that deletes it and finally a non-trivial query which demonstrates multiple joins, group functions, qualifiers and correlation variables.
A many-to-one relationship must be made between the Session table ( a group of the Lecture table and the Practical table) and the Module table. The Lecture table and the Practical table are both join tables which allow the necessary one to many relationship with the Tutor table and the Session table and the many-to-many relationship between Tutor and Session table. A one-to-many relationship should be constructed between the Tutor table and the Lecture table. Finally, a many-to-many relationship between the table Tutor and the table Practical must be created. The versions of MySQL used for this exercise the relationship of many entities to many must be made through an outer join, represented by the join table. This is displayed in the figure below in paragraph 2.b. These specifications have been duplicated in the attached appendices with the required SQL code.
a. The schematic describing the logical data model is illustrated in paragraph 2. b. below. ...
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