vom: 21.05.2004 von: Boston Area FoxPro User Group http://www.bostonusergroups.com/VFPBoston/
Boston Fox UG, Wednesday, May 26th: Ted Roche on Data Design Fundamentals  
May 26: Ted Roche on Introduction to Data Design: Terminology, Normalization, Naming Conventions and real-world problems If you are only ever going to have two salesman, why create a separate table for them? And if it's always going to be Bill and Bob, why not just include their names in the sales order? If the road to Hades is paved with good intentions, then intentionally and unnecessarily violating the basic principles of normalization is the express lane. This session reviews the principles of data design analysis, normalization and naming conventions. As time allows, we take on one or two tough examples and exercise them in depth. For more UG information and directions, tune into http://www.bostonusergroups.com/vfpboston By Boston Area FoxPro User Group.

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