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Access Chapter 1. Database. Describes a collection of data organized in a manner that allows access, retrieval, and use of that data. Key Features of Access. Data entry/update Easy mechanism for adding, changing, and deleting data Queries

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database
Database
  • Describes a collection of data organized in a manner that allows access, retrieval, and use of that data
key features of access
Key Features of Access
  • Data entry/update
    • Easy mechanism for adding, changing, and deleting data
  • Queries
    • Ask complex questions concerning the data and receive instant answers
  • Forms
    • Produce attractive forms for representing data
key features of access cont
Key Features of Access Cont.
  • Reports
    • Makes it easy to produce sophisticated reports for presenting data
  • Web support
    • Allows you to save as HTML format and use on the web.
records
Records
  • A record contains information about a given person, product or event.
  • Rows in tables are called records
field
Field
  • A field contains a specific piece of information within a record.
  • Columns in the tables are called fields
unique identifier
Unique Identifier
  • A client number
  • Example – Social Security Number
  • Also known as a Primary Key