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Old May 13th, 2010, 04:25 AM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Terry Cano
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Default Testing DB and .....

I see two weakness in my db design. BTW I'm self taught so there are two I'm
aware of and many I'm not.
I make a folder for my test db I can only run so many scenerios and move the
relationship around so many times...when do you know when to stop?
I start with a list of what I think I will ever need.
Level 1 Reports and QUERY that we will need on a daily or weekly bases
Level 2 Predict what we may need six months + down the road
Create the tables.....I then find that I'm looking at as many as six to ten
tables
that seems like a lot.
I can use a switchboard to keep the form count down...so should I be
thinking in that direction or ? ? ? ? ?

Archview Apartments
126 units over 250 people all with 2 vehicles....so it isn't that big of a
deal

My other project is creating something for the recording studio. Here I'm
dealing with clients and billing not many though. A ton of information on
songs, sounds used instruments used plug ins...when and what was edited back
up information, submission information, ISRC Codes....that could be six or so
tables.

Suggestions

Thanks

Terry
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