Introduction to database technology, Database Management System

1. Create the tables for the play-scheme database as specified in the TMA.

2. Enter the data as given in the spreadsheet.

3. Create queries to retrieve specified information

4. Extend the database

5. Write a report documenting your work.

Full details of each of these requirements are given below.  Read through them carefully to

ensure that you understand what is required before you start work.

Completing the FMA 

You should work on your FMA both during and after class. Begin your work early, as the FMA is a substantial task that requires much planning and effort to complete satisfactorily.

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