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17 shows the same data normalized. Notice that I've broken it out into several different tables: tblCustomers, tblOrders, tblOrderDetails, and tblSuppliers. The tblCustomers table contains data that relates only to a specific customer. 17. The data has been normalized into four separate tables. I have uniquely identified each record by a contrived CustID field, which I use to relate the orders table, tblOrders, to tblCustomers. The tblOrders table contains only information that applies to the entire order, rather than to a particular item that the customer ordered.
This chapter covers all of the ins and outs of table design in Access 2003. After reading this chapter, you will be ready to build the other components of your application, knowing that the tables you design provide the application with a strong foundation. [ Team LiB ] [ Team LiB ] Creating a New Database In generic terms, a database stores a collection of information. Access databases are composed of tables, queries, forms, reports, data access pages, macros, and modules. Each table within a database should contain information about a particular subject.
Examples are notes and descriptions. Data that's included 1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes, in calculations depending on the (excluding money). field size selected Examples are ages, (or 16 bytes for 55 56 Date/Time Currency AutoNumber Yes/No OLE Object Hyperlink Lookup Wizard Part I: The Basics of Access Development codes, such as replication ID). employee ID, or payment methods. Dates and times. 8 bytes. Examples are date orderedand birth date. Currency values. Examples are amount due and price. 8 bytes. Unique sequential or4 bytes (16 bytes random numbers.