Please review the attached document and construct the database using Access.
Review the ERD below to understand the entities, attributes, primary keys, and relationships that you will create in your Access database.
• Run Access 2010.
• Select the blank database icon in the main window.
Add tables to the Access database.
• Add a table for each entity listed in the provided ERD diagram.
• Add a column for each attribute listed in the provided ERD diagram.
• Select a primary key for each table as indicated in the provided ERD diagram.
For every column in every table, update the data type as needed to enforce the domain constraints of the data.
• Dates should have a date data type.
• Surrogate keys should be autonumbered.
• Numeric data should have a numeric data type.
• Character data should have a character data type.
Draw relationships between your entities.
• Selection Relationships under Database Tools. Move all your tables into the Relationship window by dragging them in or by using the Show Tables pop-up window.
• Second item
o Add the relationship between the tables in your database.
o Enable referential integrity on the relationship.
o Enable cascade updates on the relationship.
Add at least two rows of data to each table in your database. Use any values you like for each of the columns. Remember that you must add data to parent tables before adding data to child tables, because referential integrity is enabled.
Set the following column constraints in your database.
• Student first and last name cannot be a null value.
• Course credit hours must be between one and four.
• Course name must be unique and cannot be a null value.
• Instructor first and last name cannot be a null value.
• Grade must be one of these values: A, B, C, D, F, I, W, or E. W signifies withdrawn and E signifies enrolled.
The expert examines database construction using access. The relationship between the tables in the database are added.
Open access portals
Open access portals have become popular where researchers may find scholarly literature at no cost. To better understand this resource, access a minimum of five (5) virtual open access journals in the area of database administration and management via the Internet. In a paper, address the following:
1. Evaluate the scope of archive operations to preserve and deliver current and historical literature.
2. Share how digital archive databases might pose limits on end-users (e.g., type and quality of literature, skills and knowledge level of end-users, associated costs, and security issues).
Support your paper with the two (2) attached required reading(s) and at least five (4) additional peer reviewed journal articles. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.
Length: 6 pages not including reference page.
You must address the two areas mentioned above. The two attached articles must be read, and cited within the essay plus four (4) additional peer reviewed journals. Please make sure you understand what it meant by "open access portals" and use it to your advantage to answer the questions. 6 pages minus reference page.View Full Posting Details