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Hi,

I have huge information and wanted to normalize with different tables. I am not a DB expert.

Is there is any DB tool or DB design which can do the nomarlization with the given inputs

Please advise.

Thanks
 
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Googling database normalization tool brings up a lot of hits, but I haven't used any of them.  When I was manipulating tables a long time ago, I used good old INSERT, SELECT, etc.

What DB are you using?  Why do you want to normalize it?
 
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Johnny Joseph wrote:I have huge information and wanted to normalize with different tables. I am not a DB expert.



The fact that you have a large amount of information doesn't really have much bearing on whether your database tables are normalized or not. But first, when you say "normalize" are you actually referring to the structures which are referred to in Database normalization? And do you actually have a database?

I don't really think it should take much effort to look at a database structure to see if it needs to be normalized in that sense, but if you're referring to something else it would be a good idea to find that out before we start answering questions.
 
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