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OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY


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A COMPILATION OF ACIVITIES

Presented project in Database Management System

2nd semester, AY 2018-2019

Submitted by:

BSIT 2A Student

Submitted to:

JOEL B. ALVAREZ, MPA, MIT


Asst. Professor 1/ Subject Teacher

February 07, 2019


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ACTIVITY 11

Vocabulary

Identify the vocabulary word for each definition below.

Primary Key A constraint which ensures that the column contains no null values and
uniquely identifies each row of the table.
Foreign key A column or set of columns that refer to a primary key in the same table
or another table.
Row An entry in a table, consisting of values for each appropriate column.
Column An Implementation of an attribute or relationship in a table.
Unique Key An integrity constraint that requires every value in a column or set of
columns be unique.
Relational data base Collections of objects or relations, set of operators to act on those
relations and data integrity for accuracy and consistency.
Candidate key More than one column or combination of columns that could serve as the
table’s primary key.

Part Two: Identify the integrity rules below.

1. __Column-integrity rule_____A column must contain only values consistent with the defined data
format of the column.
2. __Data-integrity rule_______Define= the relationally correct state for a database; they ensure that
users can perform only those operations that leave the database in a correct, consistent state.
3. __Entity integrity rule A primary key must be unique and no part of the primary key can be
null.
4. __Referential integrity rule___A foreign key must match an existing primary key value (or else be
null)
5. __User-defined integrity rule The data stored in a database must comply with the rules of the
database.