Cs251 Fundamantals of Database Systems Ip 1 - 5

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CS251-1301B-03 Fundamentals of Database Systems
Phase 1 -5 Individual Project
Robert
March 24th, 2013

Table of Contents Project Outline 3 Description of the Database Design Life Cycle 4 The Entity Relationship Diagram 7 The Logical Model and Normalization 9 The Microsoft Access Database 11 The Microsoft Access Database Application 14 References: 18

Project Outline

My idea for a project concept is for a granite fabrication and installation company called MasterStoneWorks. We will perform counter sales, contractor and walk-in customer kitchen and bath design, templates, fabrication, installation, and follow-up. To run efficiently (or at all) we must have a centralized DBMS with access for all employees in
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Design – The requirements needed for functioning, support, and training are designed in this step. Emphasis is given to the functioning of the system and is produced as a high level guide. All the technical details for developing the system are created in a final system design. 4. Development and Testing – This step involves using the final system design to acquire or develop the system. Testing of units, integration, performance, system, and acceptance are done to ensure system functionality and the sponsor’s requirements and that all segments/structures, communications, applications, procedures, and documentation are in place, tested, and integrated. End users are implemented to verify and thoroughly test that the system functions as required. 5. Implementation – This phase involves installing the system in its planned operating arena, training the users, converting data, turning the system over to the sponsor, and evaluating its performance and processes. System bugs are identified and corrected and planning for sustaining the system takes place. 6. Operations and Maintenance – This step is where the system becomes operational and that the sponsors needs are met with expected system performance. Hardware and software is maintained and upgraded as necessary to continue expected operation and performance. User training is maintained for users and support for reported problems is ongoing. 7. Disposition – This is the end of a systems life cycle and

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