By Sharon Allen, Evan Terry
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For example, in the set of Orders, Order 6497 isn’t allowed to appear more than once. 2007 02:07:14] Introducing Normalization elements are allowed to represent multiple values at the same time. For example, you can’t store the data values Spokane, Miami, and LA as a single City data element; each value must be stored as an individual data element. You can test this by getting sample data and combing through it. You have to resolve data issues such as this before you can finalize your logical design that a physical database can be built from.
2007 02:07:12] What Are Codd’s Rules of an RDBMS? in the base table. Inserting rows through views is usually problematic, as there may well be columns outside the view scope that are NOT NULL (but with no default value defined). Rule 7: High-Level Insert, Update, and Delete Rule 7 states that the capability of handling a base relation or a derived relation as a single operand applies not only to the retrieval of data but also to the insertion, update, and deletion of data. This rule underlines the mathematics of set theory upon which the relational database is built.
Any advice you offer will need to be backed up with explanations and examples of what could happen if the choice goes one way or the other. ” decision ● Researching and providing a recommendation on data manipulation or software design tools ● Suggesting risk mitigation options, especially for denormalization decisions Provide Alternatives Often you’re asked to provide a summary of choices, recognized deficiencies, and unresolved needs. You’re also asked to provide data design alternatives, showing different ways that a potential change/improvement/fix can be represented, so that a decision can be made by all the interested parties (application developers, DBAs, data modelers, business analysts).
Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition by Sharon Allen, Evan Terry