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Apply all the concepts of database design and applications using Microsoft Server SQL. Use at least four

tables. The tables should be related to each other and have constraints. Create a report, two triggers, two queries, two view, one-two stored procedures, one-two cursors, and PL/SQL programs with at least one of them using prompt variables.

Define the scope, Design - ER Model for logical design and other physical level design considerations; descriptions of tables, reports, procedures, cursors, views, triggers, and other programs; and conclusion of what you achieved, shortcomings, and scope for improvements.

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