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    easy to adding new information and it’s more complex comparing to hierarchal because their own rules, Relational is the easiest to manipulate data because uses RDBMS and it’s possible to retrieve complex data but you need to have some knowledge about SQL. In terms of performance Hierarchal can be very slower and time-consuming when dealing with retrieving data, Network it’s a bit slower than Hierarchal because of their complexity between tables (The network model allows each record to have…

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    Teradata Case Study

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    supports advanced workload management, rich SQL and in database analytics. 9. All types of users Teradata can be used by all types of users from business users to application developers. It is best suited for business users because of its features of leading BI and flexible custom written business SQL. It is best for application developers because of its language choice and flexible application architecture. 10. Bi temporal You will not need any complex SQL condition clauses. Teradata makes it…

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    looking at an endless list of records the (DBMS) allows the end users to create their own view to get only the information they need which is called data manipulation language. The data manipulation language use today is Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL is the tool used in DBMS to extract data to the users’ request. Like I said before once the user identifies all the supplies they need in the database the products are purchased and shipped to the customer creating a business relationship…

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    UNIREG did not officially release to public because was not contained SQL structure. In 23 of May 1995 was then the first official release of the well-known MySQL database. Until 2008 MySQL was owned by the Swedish company after that was bought from Sun Microsystems in 2008 and from Oracle in 2009. Moreover, the benefits…

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    Besides, I searched about “Relational Databases” because most databases are relational database, and they store their data in relation. 2. I used the monster.com to search for my terms. I found 1000+ jobs for each term. 3. My three favorite jobs are: • SQL/Oracle Database Administrator. o Description of this job:  Responsibilities to contain database administration, optimization, security,…

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    The rule for first normal form (1NF) is a table in which the intersection of every column and record contains only one value. In other words a table that contains more than one atomic value in the intersection of one or more column for one or more records is not in 1NF. The non 1NF table can be converted to 1NF by restructuring original table by removing the column with the multi-values along with a copy of the primary key to create a new table. See Figure 8.4 for an example of this approach.…

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    The schema above is the dimensional model for sale business process of Healthy Food Company. This company sales several types of healthy food on the internet. The company has two business requirements. First, the company would like to analyze daily quantity-on-hand inventory levels by products. In order to meet this requirement, I designed the dimensional model by using the periodic snapshot approach so the company could see the quantity-on-hand of each product at the end of the day. This…

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    functions such as storing, retrieving, adding, deleting, and modifying data A built-in user interface that carry the activity of obtaining information resource from a collection of information stored EXAMPLE Microsoft Access, MySQL, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server Web search engine ADVANTAGES -Controlling data redundancy -Data consistency -Data sharing -Data integration -Integrity constraints -Data atomicity -Database access language -Development of application -Creating forms -Report…

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    information of real-time events. The objective requires managing personal cognizant comportment for integrating vital information. The standard utilizer and application (APP) program interface to a relational database is the Structured Query Language (SQL) (Codd, 2003-2016). The APP retrieves and supplies the information from the graph table to structure the database (Haag, & Cummings, 2013). Therefore, the advantage to decipher information is an outline in light of the facts, which the…

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    views and many more. When a database object is created, a new object type cannot be created because all the various object types created are restricted by the very nature, or source code, of the relational database model being used, such as Oracle, SQL Server or Access. What is being created is instances of the objects, such as a new table, an index on that table or a view on the same table. Their appropriate naming conventions are Tables:- Tables…

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