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Posted - 10/03/2012 :  13:42:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello experts !

Please help me in answering below question with simple word and examples

1.What is a database.
2.What is MS ACCESS What can you do with it.
3.Data warehouse.
4.Difference between a data warehouse and a data mart. Data mining and example.
5.Comment on the uses of database systems, data warehousing and data mining techniques by organizations for operational excellence.
6. What input (data –in what form) does a query take? What output (data – in what form) does a query create?

Please help me out as iam very new too


Constraint Violating Yak Guru

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Posted - 10/03/2012 :  13:51:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
it sounds like a homework questions!
Try and answer them, post your answers then someone will correct for you. Just do your best.

Joins are what RDBMS's do for a living

Edited by - xhostx on 10/03/2012 13:52:42
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Flowing Fount of Yak Knowledge

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Posted - 10/03/2012 :  13:53:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you google, you will get better and more detailed answers than what you would get from someone on this forum who may take couple of minutes to answer the questions.

Wiki is a good site to search.

Also, most browsers let you simply select the text in the browse window, right-click and search for that term. For example, right-clicking in the my Chrome browser after selecting your first question took me to here:,mod=2&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
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