Given the following information:
The COLLEGE_STUDENTS table stores information about college students, the high school they attended and
their college advisor.
-An advisor may advise one or more students.
-A student has one advisor.
Student ID: 900621344
Read the following scenario carefully:
Banyon Corporation currently keeps track of employee data in a spreadsheet table. However, they see
that the single-table approach is not working well since the
CREATE TABLE LOCATION (
Location_ID INT NOT NULL,
Loc_Name VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL,
Loc_Street VARCHAR(35) NOT NULL,
Loc_City VARCHAR(20) NOT NULL,
Loc_State VARCHAR(15) NOT NULL,
Loc_Zip VARCHAR(5) NOT NULL,
Milestone 3 Deliverables
Make sure all tables resulting from your design are in Boyce-Codd Normal Form. Write
CREATE TABLE statements for each of the tables. Use FOREIGN KEY constraints to create
appropriate referential integrity constraints
Georgia Southern University
Spring 2015 - Database
9.5 What is configuration control? Why is it necessary?
DB - Assgnmt1
Sunday, February 1, 2015
1.7 Define the terms data and information. Explain how the two terms differ.
Data - can be defined as raw sources of facts and figures.
Information - can be defined as processed data in which correlations, tr
TEAM 3 DATABASE
The technology department at Clayton State University is looking to
better organize and provide access to data on community engagements