Instructions for Assignment - 2

Instructions for Assignment - 2 - ACCT361:Assignment#2

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ACCT 361: Assignment #2 General Ledger Architecture (10 points) The purpose of this assignment is to use an automated general ledger system utilizing batch processing and, as an  aside, to introduce you to database applications.  The remainder of the course will focus on modeling and controlling  business processes (the event-driven systems), and you will use the client/server database architecture throughout  the semester.  You will learn the components of databases, i.e., tables, queries, forms, reports and events, gradually.   You are not required to thoroughly understand the general ledger database at this point, only to use it as a means to  understanding the General Ledger architecture.  Step One Download the general ledger database from Bb.   Download the file named “ABC 2007.mdb.”  Do not open the file in your browser.  Because of the enhanced  security features in 2007, you must enable the macro and visual basic code features of the database by  choosing the options button in the security warning bar under the toolbar when opening the database and  choosing “enable this content.”  To make the navigation between tables easier for you, click the down arrow  at the top of the left-hand-side (LHS) window.  Uncheck “tables and related views,” and check “object type”  and “all Access objects.”  Also, navigate to the tables in the LHS window. History of the Database
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 361 taught by Professor Anand during the Fall '09 term at George Mason.

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