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Professional
Litigation User Services (PLUS) is a company that creates all types of visual
aids for judicial proceedings. Clients are usually private law firms, although
the District Attorney’s office has occasionally contracted for its services.

PLUS creates graphs,
maps, timetables, and charts, both for computerized presentations and in large
sizes for presentations to juries. And anything else of a visual nature that
can be used in a judicial proceeding to make, clarify, or support a point.

Raj Jawahir is
responsible for tracking the daily payments received from PLUS clients. You’ll
help him maintain the PLUS database by creating the following ERD and tables:

1.Use SQL Server to
create a new database with 2 tables based on the ERD/TICs above.

2.Create a new database
and name it PLUS.

3.Inside the PLUS
database create a new table named Firm using the table design shown in Figure 1
ERD and Figure 2 table instance chart above. Create this table with the
required columns, key types (Primary Key), constraints, data type and length as
detailed in the Figure 2 Firm TIC above. Save the Firm Table.

4.Inside the PLUS
database create a new table named Payment using the table design shown in
Figure 1 ERD and Figure 3 table instance chart above. Create this table with the
required columns, key types (Primary Key), constraints, data type and length as
detailed in the Figure 2 Payment table instance chart above. Be sure to add the
Foreign Key constraint in the Payment table! Save the Payment table.

5.Use Figure 2 Firm
table instance chart Sample Data to insert 2 rows of data into the Firm table.

6.Use Figure 3 Payment
table instance chart Sample Data to insert 2 rows of data into the Payment
table.

Screenshot Guidelines:

1.Complete all of the
steps outlined above in the Assignment Description.

2.When you are finished,
take the following screenshots and paste them into ONE Word document:

o  One screenshot in the Object Browser of the
Database name PLUS and both table names.

o  One screenshot of each table (Firm and
Payment) expanded in the Object Browser. All column names, constraints
(Primary, Foreign, Not Null), data types and length must be visible. For the
Payment table make sure the Foreign Key constraint is visible in the
screenshot.

o  One screenshot of each table (Firm and Payment)
in the “Edit Top 200 Rows” view. Must be able to see data in all columns – you
might have to take more than one screen shot for the Firm table if you are
unable to view all columns.

o  After you have inserted data into both tables,
write the following Select statements to test the database. Take one screen
shot of each Select statement and the results.

3.Write one select
statement that will retrieve all the rows from the Firm table.

4.Write one select
statement that will retrieve the paymentid, firmid and amount paid from the
Payment table. Sort the results by amount paid in ascending order.

Paste your screenshots
into ONE Word document.

{William
Willis}

ITCO333 – Unit 2

{09-02-2013}

Hint:  Refer to the Unit 2 - LoCoco – Sample.pdf in the Instructor Files area
for an example.

Requirements

·This database must contain examples of
one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many relationships.

·I will compare your Unit 1 ERD with the Unit 2
database diagram. If there are differences, explain why.

·Present your SQL statements in the order in
which they were executed.

·Put your database diagram at the top of your
document (see my sample).

·You must provide proof (via a screen shot) that
your SQL statement executed.

 

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