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Introduce databse project

zohreh talebi
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Joined: Sep 01, 2006
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I want to write a database project.this project should have at least 10-14 tables .I searched in internet very much but i couldn't find a useful project.
Can you introduce such project to me?

Thanks in advance,
Stan James
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I an on the management committee of the local credit union. I shall one day design a database for us. Like this:

  • Table for member's number.
  • Table for member's name etc.
  • Table for addresses.
  • Table for phone/e-mail contacts etc.
  • Table for payments in, linked to members.
  • Table for loans lent, linked to members.
  • Table for loan repayments.
  • Table for loan interest.
  • Table for total collected on a particular day.
  • Table for what appears on bank statement, linked back to the last line.
  • Well, that is ten tables already. I am sure you can think of a few more.
  • That any help?
    I agree. Here's the link:
    subject: Introduce databse project
    It's not a secret anymore!