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that you must consider in your table designs: a.) Driving records for drivers are rated using the following values: A, B, C, D, or F. Users should input these values from a list. b.)Users should be able to select the warehouse in which an employee works and the employee’s position from a list of values.
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Case Studies c.) In tblJobDetail, the user should select the JobID, VehicleID, and DriverID from a list of values. d.)In tblJobOrder and tblUnitRental, the user should select the CustID from a list of values.
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Case Studies e.) In tblStorageUnit, the user should select the WarehouseID from a list of Values. 4.) Check your database carefully to ensure that you have created all the tables, that you have created all the fields and set their properties, and that you have created all the necessary relationships. 5.) Use the data shown in Table 2.10 to populate tblPosition. 6.) Use the data shown in Table 2.11 to populate tblWarehouse. 7.) Populate the tables in your database using the data stored in the files located in the Chapter 2\EOC\Case 2 folder. Before importing the data, review each worksheet in the file and confirm that your table designs are set up correctly.
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Case Studies 8.) Set the option to compact the database when you close it.
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Case Studies 9.) Close the MovinOn.accdb database and Access.
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