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1. Setting up and creating tables and fields 2. Formatting Fields. 3. Creating Primary Key and Relationships 4. Searching and Creating Reports 5. Editing Reports
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Types of Database


The solution to the problems of flat file databases is to use a relational database. A relational database stores data in more than one table. The idea is to ensure that data is only entered and stored once, so removing the possibility of data duplication and inconsistency.

A process called normalisation is used to work out what tables are required and which data items should be stored in each table.

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