how to start a Database?

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  1. alexllever

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    here's the situation.
    we are required to start to build a database based on different industries. No the professional database, just the collection of the exact keywords what we used to describe each industry and its products before. i have no idea even where and how to start. any suggestions?

    what is the best solution can be provided by the database? can it save our time next time when we need to describe the same industry? other functions?

    thx.
     
  2. kimipatel

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    Can you tell all the detail first What kind of your database, Version, Where you want to locate.. Because different database start in different different way...
     
  3. kimipatel

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    Is you have more confuse n Visit this website http://www.dbametrix.com or http://www.kendba.com . You understand more...
     
  4. navast2010

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    Keywrods database in different industries may more time.
     
  5. harryt

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    I will anger all the database experts, but try using Excel first. Or the free one in OpenOffice. Open Office also has a database application, but start using a spreadsheet.

    A database is at its most basic just a list - just what you want. Making a list in Excel is easy, you can use the columns to enter different attributes of the key words you want to describe. Once this is done you can always import the Excel data into a database application.

    Play around on Excel first and decide how you want to manage and sort the list.
     
    #5 harryt, Jun 13, 2012
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