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Task For your FMA you are required to implement the database that you designed for your TMA –Create the appropriate tables –Import sample data –Create and run queries to retrieve specified information –Extend the database to store data for instructors and schools –Write a report
Database A database named yourusernamefma has been created for you to use for this assignment Check that you can access this database –Inform your tutor if you have problems with this This database should only contain tables relating to this assignment You should not modify it once you have submitted your assignment
Steps 1.Read the assignment brief carefully and ensure that you understand what is required for the FMA 2.Review feedback for the design you submitted for your TMA and modify as necessary 3.Make a plan Estimate how long each of the following steps will take you to complete 4.Create the tables and import the data 5.Create and run the specified queries 6.Design the school and instructor tables 7.Implement these tables in your database 8.Write your report 9.Submit all deliverables via Blackboard by the FMA deadline
Tables You need the following tables and columns. Define primary and foreign keys as required Ensure you use an appropriate data type for each column Parent (id, title, firstname, surname, address1, address2, postcode, phone) Child (id, firstname, surname, gender,date-of-birth, parent_id) Activity (id, activity_name, day) ChildActivity (child_id, activity_id)
Table Creation Write and save a CREATE TABLE statement for each table Ensure that you have included columns appropriate to the sample data you have been given Define foreign keys Use InnoDB engine for all tables Include foreign key and engine definition in CREATE TABLE statement Think carefully about the order in which you need to create the tables
Data Import Data for all tables is included in a single spreadsheet table Cannot be directly imported into the database tables Create.csv files and import into tables Think carefully about the order in which you need to insert the data
Query 1 A list of children registered for a specified activity together with details of their carer. This should show the activity name, first name and surname for each child (shown in a single column) registered for that activity together with the title, first name and surname of their parent/carer (again in a single column) and phone number of the parent/carer. Output should be sorted alphabetically by child surname, firstname. Rather than having separate queries for each activity, the play-scheme manager requires a single query which can be modified by the user when running the query from the Query Browser. The output from this query will then be exported to a spreadsheet to provide a register for the activity instructor(s). To meet this requirement you should write a query that will produce a listing of children registered for Art and include a comment instructing a user how to modify the query to produce a similar listing for one of the other activities.
Query 2 A count of the number of children of each gender registered for each activity. This should show the activity name, gender and count for each activity. Output should be sorted alphabetically by activity name.
Query 3 A list showing the name and age (in years) of each child on the day that the query is run. The list should be sorted in descending order of age (i.e. oldest children first) with children of the same age listed alphabetically by surname, first name. Once you have run the query check the output carefully to ensure that each childs age has been calculated correctly. Hint: This query is not as straightforward as you might think at first. You might need to search the Internet for a solution. (Dont forget to include your sources in the Reference section of your report.)
Query 4 The amount payable by each parent/carer. The playscheme is implementing a charge of £1.50 per activity for each child (e.g. the cost will be £3.00 for a child registered for two activities). The manager wishes to calculate the total cost payable by each parent/carer (e.g. for a parent/carer with two children registered with one child registered for one activity and the other registered for two the total payable would be £4.50).
Extend the database to store data for schools and instructors Schools Store name, address and phone number for each school Record which school each child attends What is the relationship between schools and children? Instructors Store name, phone number and date of last CRB check Record which instructors are currently running each activity Instructors may run more than one activity Activities may require more than one instructor Some instructors may not currently be running any activities What is the relationship between instructors and activities?
Report Include the following sections: Introduction Entity-relationship diagram Database relationships Data entry Data validation Calculation of age from date of birth Conclusion Appendix Pay attention to presentation - layout, formatting, grammar and spelling! Word count: Max 2,000 words Word.doc or.docx or.pdf format
Deliverables 1.A file for each of your queries Name each query appropriately so the examiner can see which requirement it relates to 2.Your Report.doc,.docx or.pdf yourusername_dtfma_report.doc (or.docx,.pdf Submit all deliverables as a single zip file yourusername_dtfma.zip Must be a Winzip.zip file. Other compressed file formats (e.g..rar are not acceptable)
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