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MN405 Data and Information Management Assignment
The purpose of this MN405 data and information management assignment is to develop skills in managing data in databases and to gain understanding of data model development and implementation using a commercially available database management system development tool.
This assignment consists of three Questions:
Question 1: Designing a database using the Ms-Access.
Question 2: Implementing the SQL Commands
Question 3: Normalisation
The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and 2.5 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings. Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.
1. Below is the entity-relationship diagram for the banking database application, there are four relations/tables in their database describing banking application details, details of projects, work assigned for each branch and account, namely, BRANCH, ACCOUNT, CUSTOMER and TRANSACTION. The relationship diagram for these relations are given below.
- Write one paragraph describing the E-R diagram above in your own language
- Implement above database on MS Access. You are required to create the above 4 tables with the given attributes. Name the database as ‘OrientalBank’.
- Enter at least 10 data records for each table in the database you created in (a) above. Here you have to enter data into all 4 tables.
- Write 4 examples of report cards that can be generated using the ‘OrientalBank’ database.
- Write down the shorthand representation (database schema) of the structure of a relational database management for the above E-R diagram
- What is a primary key? What is the primary key for each table in the ‘OrientalBank’ database.?
2. Write SQL queries for the following questions and execute the queries on the ‘OrientalBank’ database you created above using MS Access.
- Creating the four tables.
- How many accounts have a balance greater than $500.
- Display the Name, of all accounts with a balance greater than the average balance.
- Find the ID, Name, Transaction number, date and type of the second account.
- Find details of customers having their account in the second bank branch.
- List the numbers and names of all customers.
- List the complete account table.
- List the account number and name of all customers that have opened their accounts in the second branch and that have a balance less than $1,000.
- List the number and name of all customers that have opened their accounts in the second branch or that have a balance less than $1,000.
- List the number and name of all customers who have opened an account in the “Melbourne city” branch.
- Find the total of the balances for all accounts.