09_090916_CE7_DB-Design - Chapter Extension 7 Database...

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MIS 301 Introduction to IT Management Lizhen Xu IROM Department McCombs School of Business Chapter Extension 7 Database Design
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Class Business MSGP2 due Friday (Sep 18), beginning of class HARD COPY, 1 copy per team Excel #1 graded, to be posted today Grading Criteria: Logic rather than Outcomes Access #1 coming Detailed Instructions on Access will be posted Next Class (Friday): Classroom Changed MOD Lab, CBA 5.304
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Ch Ex 7: Database Design How are database application systems developed? What are the components of the entity-relationship data model? How is a data model transformed into a database design?
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How Are Systems Developed? Figure CE5-1
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Build DB Model Before building DB, developers construct a logical representation of database data called a data model Describes data and relationships to be stored in DB Data model referred to as a blueprint
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Entity-Relationship Data Model Entity-relationship (E-R) data model Most popular techniques for creating data model Database content Entities stored in database Relationship among those things
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Entities (or Tables) Something that users want tracked May be: physical object Logical construct or Transaction Examples?
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