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Last week we introduced you to the basics of creating an efficientdatabase table structure. After today's concluding article of this series you'll be able to create some of your own MySQL-powered applications, or use this syntax as the basis for learning to create normalized databases on your database server of choice.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. An Introduction to Database Normalization (part 2)
  2. The Project
  3. Querying the MySQL database
  4. Conclusion
By: W.J. Gilmore
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December 05, 2000

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And thus concludes the two-part series on database normalization. Hopefully, I have succinctly explained the importance of taking time to plan for the efficient design of database tables, no matter how limited the initial intention of the Web application may be. For those of you interested in delving further into the depths of database normalization and advanced SQL queries, allow me to recommend the following online resources:

  • "Database Normalization"

  • "SQL by Design: Why You Need Database Normalization"



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