Too Many Tables
By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Too Many Tables for Similar Types of Data
In this video, I'll show you how to consolidate your different types of data into few tables. Don't create tables for every different "type" of person or business you deal with when one would suffice.
Henry from Everett, Washington (a Platinum Member) asks: I've been building my database following your lessons. I run a travel agency. I've got tables set up for airlines, hotels, restaurants, and rental car companies. I also have a table for my customers who book trips through me. Sometimes I also have to invoice a hotel or a restaurant for package deals we set up. Would I also make a separate table for those invoices? I'd also like to track all of the contacts between any of my people and these companies or my customers. Do I need separate contact tables for each of these too? I'm really confused.
Members will learn how to create a single button to open up whichever specific extended info form that customer type requires, and if there isn't one, the button disappears. Oooh... Ahhh... Magic!
Silver Members and up get access to view Extended Cut videos, when available. Gold Members can download the database template from class plus get access to the Code Vault. If you signed up on YouTube you have to register on my YouTube Find User page so I can set up your account here on my web site. If you're not a member, Join Today!
microsoft access, ms access, ms access tutorial, #msaccess, #microsoftaccess, #help, #howto, #tutorial, #learn, #lesson, #training, #database, one-to-one relationship, Table Relationships, what tables do i need, tables for multiple customer types, too many tables, max tables, max fields
Subscribe to Too Many Tables
Get notifications when this page is updated