Relational Database Concepts. Let’s start with a simple example of a database application. Assume that you want to keep track of your clients’ names, addresses, and phone numbers. Name Address Phone Number. Client information to store and retrieve. Name. Address. Phone. Janice Chen.
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Phone NumberClient information to store and retrieve
236 Boylston Ave. Boston, MA 02117
Bradford St., Provincetown 28, MA 02960
36 Commonwealth Ave., Brookline, MA 02113
617-229-7640A typical design and sample table entries might be:
Customer Name one choice we have available for our database is to add an additional field – Social Security Number. These are guaranteed to identify individuals uniquely.
etc.Data to store and retrieve about customer orders