Write the following SQL statements in Microsoft Access by using the Books database from Week 2 Assignment 2. Once complete, copy and paste the SQL statements in a Microsoft Word document:
Write SQL statements:
To update the publisher name from READ WITH US to READ FOR US
To verify the updated name field for the publisher with ID 6
To make the following updates to the Publisher table (be careful with WHERE):
Make Contact="John Travolta" for publisher with ID number 4
Make Phone=888-999-7777 for TEXT AND MORE
To list the customer numbers and names of all individuals who have purchased books in the information systems category
To identify the book written by an author with the last name Cain. Perform the search by using the author name
To produce a list of all the customers who live in the state of Indiana and have ordered books on information systems
To display a list of all
the books in the Books table. If a customer has ordered a book, list the
corresponding order number and the state in which the customer resides
To identify the authors of the books ordered by Sheila Smith. Perform the search by using the customer name
To list the customer numbers and names of all the individuals who have purchased books in the children category
To add the following items to the Books table:
A Good Book
Trains for Everyone
Another Vampire Story
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To delete the last record added
To update the name Susan Smythe to Susan Smythe-Brown
Part II—Course Project
Course Project Part 3—E-R Modeling
Now that you have defined your E-R model and project description in the project you started and worked on in Weeks 1 and 2, start converting your logical E-R model to a physical model.
In this week, complete the following tasks:
In a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, define columns with the following headings:
Name of Column
Foreign Key Table
Each row will contain your rows for this table.
Fill out the columns row-wise.
Using Microsoft Visio or
Microsoft Paint, create an E-R model of the six tables from your
spreadsheet for developing the business requirements and constraints
that will maintain the business logic for your database.
The E-R model should be readable and should map to the spreadsheet and the project description.
It should have all the cardinality and optionality defined.
After you complete the lab and course
project, collate the information from both in a 3- to 4-page report in a
Microsoft Word document.