Database Schema Design
 

 

 

Database Schema Design: get a real understanding

 

 

Database schema design, may have been misunderstood not only by the non-ITs people but sometimes ITs people don’t have good understanding of it.

First let’s look at Schema. What is Schema? It is pronounced “skee-ma”. In a relational database (how data is related or how it will be extracted from the database.) , schema means, it explains the tables, the fields in each table, and what are the relationships between those fields and tables. In other words, you refer columns data types as database schema.

So, database schema design would be mean designing the different parts of the database where you can visually see exactly what is included in a designed database.

There is a process that is involved to design database that has number of steps that would be used by any database designer that are, but not limited to:

- What is the purpose of the database what we are designing

- What type of information we will be using

- Organizing that information

- Turning the information into tables with headings, like, Products, Customers etc

- What type of Primary keys we will be using

Now, in order to doing the database schema design, we need sophisticated software what would be called database schema designer.

Database Schema Designer (DBSD) is a visual, database model tool for SQL Server developers. Using an intuitive GUI with lots of keyboard shortcuts, any programmer can quickly design, modify and publish a complete database schema with tables, foreign keys, views, stored procedures, triggers and much more. You have to see it to believe it. It was designed and created by database programmers for database programmers. There’s nothing else like it!

Watch the 5-minute How-To video and decide for yourself.

 

Download the free trial copy and try it for as long as you like.

Visit http:www.eGlop.com and choose “Products / Database Schema Designer / Try” from the menu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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