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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 858

The Role of Alfieri in the play

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Design Specification This database is created for Varndean e-Learning so that John Burton can save his customers information on his computer system. Using this database he should be able to get a lot of information about any customer, including address, telephone number and name. User Requirements John Burton wants the system to be able to store customer information, their address, name, telephone number, What they have bought and how much they have bought. He also wants it to be able to print out reports as well, this will help him keep track of what the customers buy and how many customers buy the same product. It also has to be able to produce graphs so that John Burton can compare each product. Information Sources All my information came from the interview with John Burton told me what he would like and what the system has to be able to do. ...read more.

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What products were sold and the prices. Processes What was purchased and who purchased what. When the customers bought a product. John Burton also wants to see what profit he's getting and keep track of all that's been sold or returned due to disk failures. Computers or the telephone would pass this information. I would believe System Implementation 1. Create Tables: - enter in values Customer name(set as primary Key), address, telephone number, what product was purchased, how many copies of the product was purchased and data purchased. 2. Create a Query using the simple Query wizard, insert all the available fields. Just click next until you get to the end, at the end click finish. 3. Create a form using the form wizard, select all the options that you want to have for the Form. Select the style you want. You should end up with something like this: 4. ...read more.

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Instead of using "number" as the data type, use Text so that you can put in a input mask which will allow you to input the 0 that you cant put in. Like so: I've already set the input mask in, all you have to do is click the button at the side to set the input mask, it will have a wizard which will take you through and then the 0 problem will be solved like so: One of the other problems is creating the graphs in Microsoft Excel. When you save as/Export the form, and open it in Microsoft Excel, when you have create a graph you may find the problem that it has a lot of values which have nothing to do with what you want. I.e. date purchased, address etc, like so: To correct this problem, in the Query section on Microsoft Access, you have to deleted a few values so it ends up like this: Now when you Save as/Export to Excel and make a graph then it should look like this: Database Richard Green ...read more.

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