Lesson 3 Assignment 5

Lesson 3 Assignment 5 - undoubtedly be different than the...

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Ashley B. Hilliard 258-10-0169 June 1, 2011 MG 615 Lesson #3, Assignment #5: Discussion Board Chapter 5: To what extent should end users be involved in the selection of a database management system and database design? Database design is concerned with representing some aspect of a real world situation by means of a database system. It can be thought of as four distinguishable stages: requirements specification, conceptual design, logical design, and physical design. I think database design is very important for end users to be involved with, but it is a very difficult thing to accomplish. Most end users do not understand what questions they will be asking in the future, but it will
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Unformatted text preview: undoubtedly be different than the questions they are asking today as the business grows and evolves. Ultimately the database needs to be as comprehensive as feasible giving the future end user access to as much information as possible. I would start by looking at the complete data set that you have available and then ask a variety of end users from various departments to identify all components of your data set which may affect the business. This and related data is probably a great place to start....
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