Database Analysis, Design and Creation

A database is a collection of swiss replica watches data organised to be highly useable by one or more users. Usually a relational database data is stored in a highly efficient structure maintaining the minimum amount of data to achieve the management of the data and permit multiple access to rolex replica add, amend and analyse and print records. Probably the most common is a name and address database, also recording customer preferences and buying history. Other replica watches uk examples are collections of music, photographs and videos/movies. Databases are ideal for small businesses to maintain records and print out information is various forms, from labels to letters, order histories, using this type of database to cross sell products, and analyse sales etc.

Database Analysis, Design and Creation ...


Organising data into a database or collection of databases can provide highly efficient access to data, for addition of new records, amendment, and analysis. Simply having a customer and prospect database you can avoid adding data you already have.

In the constant need to achieve efficient data processing business often call us in to analyse how data is stored and processed. This system analysis usually results in organising data in a relational way, making the data easier to maintain and backup and permit the simultaneous access to the data.

Types of database and their application ...


There are four types of database, each of these may be used to solve differing problems :-

The Relational Database - a collection of records usually organised in tables (flies) where common data is maintained in a table with similar structures records, these table are related to each other by use of a common key, thus data is stored efficiently and without redundancy. The great benefit of this type of database is the ability to query data across tables, making logical selections of data based upon the query criteria.

The Network Database - similar to a relational database however tables of different but related records may be spread around computers on a network, linking the data with a common key. The network may be local or remote.

The Hierarchical Database - Data is stored in a hierarchy, similar to the way Windows shows folders in a tree structure. With similar data nested in a hierarchal way under a common heading, for example a table containing a record of sales for the day would contain product records that may be duplicated, thus data can be viewed by the sales for the day or number of that type of product sold on that day/week/month/year etc.

The Flat File Database - This is usually a table of records containing one or two fields of similar data use as a data reference or lookup table. Often use to verify the integrity of data input.

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