A practical guide, allowing even Paradox beginners to be their own database consultants. Novice business users faced with setting up their first Paradox database can follow a set of guidelines for each phase in the database design process. More experienced users will learn how to create versatile systems that fit a variety of business needs and hardware environments. To help readers take full advantage of Paradox, emphasis is placed on moving beyond traditional flat-file or hierarchical systems to creating sophisticated libraries with common informational links. Real-world examples are used to illustrate principles and techniques for building true relational data-bases, giving readers the know-how to plan, implement and maintain large but efficient Paradox systems. The work also contains case studies in database design, application development and form/report generation.
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Book Description Windcrest, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0830638598