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Homework 3 solution

Homework 3 solution - Homework 3 ISE 382 Database Concepts...

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Homework 3 ISE 382 Database Concepts 15 points Due Date – Friday Feb 22 nd Objective Learn how to model data using the E-R (Entity-Relationship) data modeling. Tool(s) Microsoft Visio Professional 2007 (You may download a trial version for your home computer at http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/visio/default.aspx) Part I 1. Start Microsoft Visio 2. Go to page 159 of Kroenke. Your task is to recreate Figure 5-53 using Visio and the E-R model. 3. From the Software and Database template - Choose Database Model Diagram 4. You will be presented with 3 panels – Shapes, Page, Entity Relationship, Database Properties 5. If you don’t have the shapes window, you can open shapes from File- Shapes-Database-E-R. 6. Set the options for this data model a. Go to Database-options-document b. Under the table tab, uncheck foreign keys c. Under the general tab, choose Relational d. Under the relationship tab, check relationships and crow’s feet e. You will display the relationship names at a later stage 7. You are now ready to add the entities as shown in the sample.
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  • Spring '08
  • KALE
  • Entity-relationship model, database properties, Microsoft Visio Professional, Visio ER diagram, Start Microsoft Visio

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