HW6 - CIS 4600 Exercise #6 - SQL Inquiry Using...

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CIS 4600 Exercise #6 - SQL Inquiry Using Client/Server Database Architecture Spring 2009 Due: April 17, 2009 I. Objective and Description: In this assignment you will be required to develop SQL queries in a distributed database environment involving Microsoft Access and MS SQL Server databases. II. An Overview of the Client/Server Architecture The following figure depicts the client/server architecture of this exercise. You will need to use SQL Server's editor to create tables on your server database by using proper SQL statements. This database will be connected to a given client database (Maple.mdb) via the Microsoft ODBC ( O pen- D ata B ase C onnectivity) interface. You need to create a Data source name (DSN) named “ HW6 ” for Open Database Connectivity.
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III. Procedure to accomplish this Assignment For this assignment you are given a client (local) database - Maple.mdb . This client database will be used together with your server database to support the data retrieval/processing for this assignment. 1. Create tables on the server database . You will use SQLs to define two tables - tblMaterial and tblUsage , and the referential integrity rule between them. The following figure depicts the detailed relationship between your local database ( Maple.mdb ) and its server counterpart on your database on the SQL Server 2005. You need to use SQL's DDL to accomplish this task.
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2009 for the course CIS 4600 taught by Professor Razi during the Spring '09 term at Western Michigan.

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HW6 - CIS 4600 Exercise #6 - SQL Inquiry Using...

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