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    Hi all, i am just new to dbase programming and i have loads i need to know. i wish this site and u all can help me.
    I am supposed to design a database and i have a case study and i have no idea of the first step. I think i will say more if someone even says as little as " What's the case study". I really need help

    Thanx Novice DBA

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    Re: new user

    Originally posted by novicedba
    Hi all, i am just new to dbase programming and i have loads i need to know. i wish this site and u all can help me.
    I am supposed to design a database and i have a case study and i have no idea of the first step. I think i will say more if someone even says as little as " What's the case study". I really need help

    Thanx Novice DBA
    Go to google and look up data modeling, business process flow, data flow diagram, entity relational diagraming, data normalization, Edgar Codd...

    Or buy some books...

    Check out:

    http://www.sqlteam.com/store.asp
    Brett
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    ok, so what's the case study?

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    Originally posted by ms_sql_dba
    ok, so what's the case study?
    It's where you store the booze in that little room in the corner of your house...(as in...the bottles are in the case in the study..)

    I need to build a database...which color should I choose?

    I hear Mauve is the fastest **



    ** Dilbert reference...
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    I do not envy your manager and your developers

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