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Chapter 27: Designing Your Database With Paradox for Linux
 
Posted 2/24/2008 on 2/24/2008
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Chapter 27 by Mike Prestwood from the book WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux: The Official Guide. First published June 2000 by Osborne-McGraw/Hill. ISBN 0-07-212238-2.

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Chapter 27: Designing Your Database

The table is a tool that you use to store data. This chapter discusses constructing a database´┐Ż; that is, creating tables with relationships in mind. It discusses all three types of database relationships and their variations: the one-to-one (1:1) relationship (1:1), the one-to-many (1:M) relationship (1:M), and the many-to-many (M:M) relationship (M:M). For local table users, this chapter also helps you decide which table structure to use, namely, Paradox or dBASE. Finally, this chapter covers a few of the interesting characteristics of both dBASE and Paradox tables.


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Posted 3/16/2008
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