Database Design Concepts

By Rob Volk on 3 June 2002 | 2 Comments | Tags: Database Design


Good introduction on general database theory and design. Lots of terminology defined, explained and...best of all...DEMONSTRATED! Follow the link to Database Design Concepts...

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