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By mannt8
Published: Jan 08 2014 / 10:01

In the intro of this book, Clare Churcher makes the point that if you get a database wrong and it doesn’t fulfill expectations, it becomes a costly exercise in more ways than one. This holds true whether the database is the type designed for a government department, or put together for the local sports club. Get it wrong and you waste the time and effort of setting it up; the money spent developing it; and the lost opportunity of being able to make use of the data.
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yakkoh replied ago:

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"... some examples created using Microsoft Access ...": Still in use? Really?

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mannt8 replied ago:

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Well yes.

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mjames replied ago:

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"Well yes" ... but I still find it surprising....

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