the data at the same time (i.e., better performance for multiple concurrent users).
Regardless of the database, data is organized into Tables. Tables have columns, which are properties of the table. So, for example, there is a database called Northwind that ships with Microsoft Access as an example. One of the tables looks like this:
Note: while we are looking at a Microsoft Access database, these similar styles of views are available from within the Express Edition tools for databases created and managed by Sql Server 2005 Express Edition, as well as other database management tools from Microsoft.
We are looking at a common way that the structure of a table is represented – in the form of a picture. Here’s a picture of ALL the tables in the Northwind database:
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