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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
To learn the basics of Kexi, you could build a simple database utilizing most elementary Kexi's features. To make things simpler, advanced database design topics will not be covered here.  
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To learn the basics of '''Kexi''', you could build a simple database utilizing most elementary '''Kexi's''' features. To make things simpler, advanced database design topics will not be covered here.  
  
 
Start by creating a new empty Phone Book.  
 
Start by creating a new empty Phone Book.  
  
 
Having a new empty database project, perform the following steps:
 
Having a new empty database project, perform the following steps:
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# Design database tables. Read the section called “Designing Database Tables”.
 
# Design database tables. Read the section called “Designing Database Tables”.
 
# Enter data into tables. Read the section called “Entering Data Into Tables”.
 
# Enter data into tables. Read the section called “Entering Data Into Tables”.
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# Design forms. Read the section called “Designing Forms”.
 
# Design forms. Read the section called “Designing Forms”.
 
# Use forms to enter data. Read the section called “Entering Data Using Forms”.
 
# Use forms to enter data. Read the section called “Entering Data Using Forms”.
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Revision as of 13:23, 19 October 2011

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Introduction

To learn the basics of Kexi, you could build a simple database utilizing most elementary Kexi's features. To make things simpler, advanced database design topics will not be covered here.

Start by creating a new empty Phone Book.

Having a new empty database project, perform the following steps:

  1. Design database tables. Read the section called “Designing Database Tables”.
  2. Enter data into tables. Read the section called “Entering Data Into Tables”.
  3. Design database queries. Read the section called “Designing Database Queries”.
  4. Design forms. Read the section called “Designing Forms”.
  5. Use forms to enter data. Read the section called “Entering Data Using Forms”.

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