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Posted Nov 13, 2003

Building An Access Database in Dreamweaver MX 2004

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From informIT]

The first step in building our client's intranet application is to build the database that will fuel it. Based on the responses we received during our planning phase, we will be building four database tables to store our data. After the tables are created, we can define relationships between those that need them.

Creating the Tables
The four tables we are going to build are the Human Resources table, the Information Services table, the Departmental Site Management table, and the Username/Password table.

The Human Resources table will store all of the information that KrystalClear might have in a typical employee file. Demographic information like name, address, and contact information would be present along with organizational information such as title, department, location, and the name of the employee's supervisor. We are going to start with the basics and, if KrystalClear wants to, it can add fields at a later date.

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