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: Create several reports that shows customized reports and benefit for creating

: Create several reports that shows customized reports and benefit for creating reports
Kindly describe this fright reservate database’s benefit and using some example in a real life. I have wrote one example, feel free to edit it. Also please include some sql instruction like SELCET…FROM…WHERE… or grouping fuction, etc to show professionalism. About few pages. Thank you!

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: Create several reports that shows customized reports and benefit for creating

: Create several reports that shows customized reports and benefit for creating reports
Kindly describe this fright reservate database’s benefit and using some example in a real life. I have wrote one example, feel free to edit it. Also please include some sql instruction like SELCET…FROM…WHERE… or grouping fuction, etc to show professionalism. About few pages. Thank you!

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Open the start file AC2019-Capstone-Level3. NOTE: If necessary, enable active co

Open the start file AC2019-Capstone-Level3.
NOTE: If necessary, enable active content by clicking the Enable Content button in the Message Bar.
The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it.
Create a new table from scratch to track sales. The first field should be an AutoNumber field named: SaleID
The second field should be a Date & Time field named: SaleDate
The third field should be a lookup field. (Hint: Use the Lookup Wizard to create the new field.) It should display the LocationDescription field from the Locations table. Values in the lookup should be sorted by values in theLocationDescription field. Include the LocationID field in the lookup, but do not display it. (Hint: Hide the key column.) Enable data integrity by restricting deletions. Name this field: SaleLocation
Save the table with the name: Sales
Switch to Design view and modify field properties. Add an input mask to the SaleDate field. Use the Short Date input mask. Do not change any other input mask options.
Apply the Long Date format to the SaleDate field.
Add a new lookup field as the last field in the Sales table to track payment type. (Hint: Use the Lookup Wizard to create the new field.) Name the field: PaymentType
The lookup field should display these values in this order:
Cash
Credit Card
Gift Card
Store Credit
Limit data entry to values in the list. Do not allow multiple values.
Save the table.
Switch back to Datasheet view to add sample records to the Sales table. Add three records to the table with the following data. (Hint: Remember, the first field in the table, SaleID, is an AutoNumber field, so there is nothing to enter for each record.)
SaleDateSaleLocationPaymentType
10/01/2019GeorgetownCredit Card
10/01/2019George Washington UniversityCash
10/01/2019George Washington UniversityCash
Adjust the width of the SaleDate field so the entire long date is visible.
Save and close the table.
Create a new table to capture the details for each sale.The first field should be an AutoNumber field named: SaleDetailID
The second field should be a lookup field named: SaleID The lookup field should be limited to values in the SaleID field of the Sales table. Include only the SaleID in the lookup field. Enable data integrity by restricting deletions.
Save the table as: SaleDetails
Add a third field to the far right of the table. Name this field: Item This is another lookup field. Include all the fields from the Items table. Sort the lookup items by values in the ItemName field. Hide the primary key field. Enable data integrity by restricting deletions.
Add a Number field to the right of the Item field. Name the field: Quantity
Set the default value for the Quantity field to: 1
Add three records to the table with the following data. (Hint: Remember, the first field in the table, SaleDetailID, is an AutoNumber field, so there is nothing to enter for each record.)
SaleIDItemQuantity
1Chocolate6
2Sea Salt and Caramel4
3Sea Salt and Caramel5
Close the table.
Use the Form Wizard to create a new form for inputting sales data.Include all the fields from the Sales table.
Include the Item and Quantity fields from the SaleDetails table.
View the form data by records in the Sales table with related records in the SaleDetails table displayed in a subform.
The subform should be displayed as a Datasheet.
Name the main form: SalesForm and name the subform: SaleDetailsSubform (Hint: Be sure to remove the space between SaleDetails and Subform in the subform name suggested by Access.)
Open the form in Form view to review your work.
Navigate to the record in the main form for SaleID 3 and enter sale details in the subform as follows:
Item: Original Blend, Quantity: 4Item: Old Bay, Quantity: 6
Close the form.
Open the Items table and modify the table fields as follows: Set the Default Value property for the Price field to: 7
Change the data type for the Price field to: Currency
Autofit the width of the ItemName field.
Save the changes and close the Items table.
Create a Single Record form using the Items table as the record source. Save the form with the name: SingleRecordForm
Create a form to display records from the Items table in two formats with the Single Record form at the top and a Datasheet form at the bottom. Create a Split Form based on the Items table.
Name the form: SplitForm
Begin a new blank form in Layout view. From the Locations table, add the LocationID, LocationDescription, and Comments fields in that order, at the left side of the form.
Widen the labels so that they are just wide enough for LocationDescription to be completely visible.
From the Locations table, add the OpenTime field to the right of the LocationID controls.
Reduce the width of the OpenTime bound control so that the control is just wide enough to display the time data.
From the Locations table, add the CloseTime field to the right of the OpenTime controls.
Reduce the width of the CloseTime bound control so the control is just wide enough to display the time data.
Move the OpenTime and CloseTime controls so they are next to the LocationDescription controls instead.
From the Locations table, add the Days field to the form layout in the empty space to the right of the LocationID controls, above the OpenTime controls.
Add a logo to the form header. Use this file, located with the resources for this project: toptCornLogo-small.png
Save the form with the name: LocationsForm
Close the forms.
Import the StoreSales table from the SalesArchive Access database (downloaded from the Resources link). Do not open theSalesArchive database.
Rename and open the StoreSales table. Verify that you are working in the database you downloaded from Access, not the SalesArchive database. Rename the table: SalesArchive
Delete the Total field.
Find the record with the ID 500 and delete it. (Hint: It is the last record in the table.)
Find and replace each ItemID value OLDB with OLDB005.
Rename the TotalSal field to: TotalSale
Save and close the table.
Import records from the Excel file NewSalesData (downloaded from the Resources link) and append a copy of the records to the SalesArchive table.
Use the Relationships window to create a relationship between the Items and SalesArchive tables. Show the SalesArchive table in the Relationships window.
Create a one-to-many relationship between the ItemID field in the Items table and the ItemID field in the SalesArchivetable. You may rearrange the tables in the Relationships window if you want.
Enforce referential integrity so a record cannot be deleted or altered in the Items table if it would cause a conflict with the data in the SalesArchive table.
Close the Relationships window and save the changes.
Create a query to display sales of Truffle flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table and the ItemName field from the Items table.
Add the criteria Truffle to the ItemName field.
Hide the ItemName field in the query results. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 49 records in the query results.)
Save the query as TruffleQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales of Old Bay or Truffle flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table and the ItemName field from the Items table.
Add the criteria Old Bay or Truffle to the ItemName field. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 114 records in the query results.)
Save the query as NewFlavorsQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales for more than $100.00 from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate from the SalesArchive table, ItemName field from the Items table, and TotalSale from the SalesArchive table.
Add criteria to the TotalSale field to return only sales greater than 100.
Specify the sort order in the query, so the results always display the records with the highest values in the TotalSale field first. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 15 records in the query results.)
Save the query as HighDollarSalesQry and close it.
Create a query to display sales for more than $100 of Old Bay flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add the criteria to the query to return only records where the ItemName is Old Bay and the TotalSale is greater than 100. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 3 records in the query results.)
Save the query as HighDollarOldBayQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales of Original Blend popcorn on July 4, 2019 from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the SaleDate and Quantity fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add the criteria to the query to return only records where the ItemName is Original Blend and the Date is July 4, 2019. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 3 records in the query results.)
Save the query as July4OriginalBlendQry and then close the query.
Create a query to calculate the per unit price of the archived sales. Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the Quantity and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add a calculated field to the far right of the query to calculate the value of the TotalSale divided by Quantity. Name the field: CostPerUnit Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 240 records in the query results.)
Save the query as CostPerUnitQry and then close the query.
Create a parameter query to display sales from a specific date. Include these fields in this order: the SaleDate field from the SalesArchive table, the ItemName field from the Items table, the Quantity and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Use the prompt: Enter the sale date:
Run the query to check your work. Enter the date 7/4/2019 when prompted. (Hint: There should be 9 records in the query results.)
Save the query as ByDateParameterQry and close it.
Use the Report Wizard to create a report based on the NewFlavorsQry query. Include the fields from the NewFlavorsQry query in this order: ItemName, SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale.
View the data by the Items table.
Do not add any additional grouping.
Sort the detail records by sale date.
Use the Stepped layout in Portrait orientation.
Name the report NewFlavorRpt and then view the report to check your work.
Switch to Layout view and add more grouping and totals to the NewFlavorRpt report. Display the Group, Sort, and Total pane and add new grouping by values in the SaleDate field by Month.
Add totals to each group to calculate the Sum of values in the TotalSale field.
Save and close the report.
Create a new report from scratch in Layout view. From the SalesArchive table, add the SaleDate field to the report. Add these fields in order to the right of the SaleDatecontrols: ItemName from the Items table, and Quantity and TotalSale from the SalesArchive table.
Resize the ItemName controls so all the item names are visible. (Hint: Widen the ItemName column so the entire Sea Salt and Caramel name is visible.)
Add the ItemID field from the Items table. Move the ItemID controls so they appear to the left of the ItemName controls.
Add the current date to the report header. Use this date format: Thursday, February 25, 2019. Do not include the time.
Add page numbers centered in the report footer. Use this page number format: Page N of M
Save the report as: SalesArchiveRpt
Save and close any open database objects and then close the database.
Upload and save your project file.
Submit project for grading.

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kindly find attached database for small business assignment , which including 4

kindly find attached database for small business assignment , which including 4 question. please choose only one question to solve it…
thank you

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Fill will upload….time will be extended to for a few days if needed…. Please don

Fill will upload….time will be extended to for a few days if needed….
Please don’t choose to do the question if you are unresponsive or doesn’t know how to implementing data in python….

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Fill will upload….time will be extended to for a few days if needed…. Please don

Fill will upload….time will be extended to for a few days if needed….
Please don’t choose to do the question if you are unresponsive or doesn’t know how to implementing data in python….

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Open the start file AC2019-Capstone-Level3. NOTE: If necessary, enable active co

Open the start file AC2019-Capstone-Level3.
NOTE: If necessary, enable active content by clicking the Enable Content button in the Message Bar.
The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it.
Create a new table from scratch to track sales. The first field should be an AutoNumber field named: SaleID
The second field should be a Date & Time field named: SaleDate
The third field should be a lookup field. (Hint: Use the Lookup Wizard to create the new field.) It should display the LocationDescription field from the Locations table. Values in the lookup should be sorted by values in theLocationDescription field. Include the LocationID field in the lookup, but do not display it. (Hint: Hide the key column.) Enable data integrity by restricting deletions. Name this field: SaleLocation
Save the table with the name: Sales
Switch to Design view and modify field properties. Add an input mask to the SaleDate field. Use the Short Date input mask. Do not change any other input mask options.
Apply the Long Date format to the SaleDate field.
Add a new lookup field as the last field in the Sales table to track payment type. (Hint: Use the Lookup Wizard to create the new field.) Name the field: PaymentType
The lookup field should display these values in this order:
Cash
Credit Card
Gift Card
Store Credit
Limit data entry to values in the list. Do not allow multiple values.
Save the table.
Switch back to Datasheet view to add sample records to the Sales table. Add three records to the table with the following data. (Hint: Remember, the first field in the table, SaleID, is an AutoNumber field, so there is nothing to enter for each record.)
SaleDateSaleLocationPaymentType
10/01/2019GeorgetownCredit Card
10/01/2019George Washington UniversityCash
10/01/2019George Washington UniversityCash
Adjust the width of the SaleDate field so the entire long date is visible.
Save and close the table.
Create a new table to capture the details for each sale.The first field should be an AutoNumber field named: SaleDetailID
The second field should be a lookup field named: SaleID The lookup field should be limited to values in the SaleID field of the Sales table. Include only the SaleID in the lookup field. Enable data integrity by restricting deletions.
Save the table as: SaleDetails
Add a third field to the far right of the table. Name this field: Item This is another lookup field. Include all the fields from the Items table. Sort the lookup items by values in the ItemName field. Hide the primary key field. Enable data integrity by restricting deletions.
Add a Number field to the right of the Item field. Name the field: Quantity
Set the default value for the Quantity field to: 1
Add three records to the table with the following data. (Hint: Remember, the first field in the table, SaleDetailID, is an AutoNumber field, so there is nothing to enter for each record.)
SaleIDItemQuantity
1Chocolate6
2Sea Salt and Caramel4
3Sea Salt and Caramel5
Close the table.
Use the Form Wizard to create a new form for inputting sales data.Include all the fields from the Sales table.
Include the Item and Quantity fields from the SaleDetails table.
View the form data by records in the Sales table with related records in the SaleDetails table displayed in a subform.
The subform should be displayed as a Datasheet.
Name the main form: SalesForm and name the subform: SaleDetailsSubform (Hint: Be sure to remove the space between SaleDetails and Subform in the subform name suggested by Access.)
Open the form in Form view to review your work.
Navigate to the record in the main form for SaleID 3 and enter sale details in the subform as follows:
Item: Original Blend, Quantity: 4Item: Old Bay, Quantity: 6
Close the form.
Open the Items table and modify the table fields as follows: Set the Default Value property for the Price field to: 7
Change the data type for the Price field to: Currency
Autofit the width of the ItemName field.
Save the changes and close the Items table.
Create a Single Record form using the Items table as the record source. Save the form with the name: SingleRecordForm
Create a form to display records from the Items table in two formats with the Single Record form at the top and a Datasheet form at the bottom. Create a Split Form based on the Items table.
Name the form: SplitForm
Begin a new blank form in Layout view. From the Locations table, add the LocationID, LocationDescription, and Comments fields in that order, at the left side of the form.
Widen the labels so that they are just wide enough for LocationDescription to be completely visible.
From the Locations table, add the OpenTime field to the right of the LocationID controls.
Reduce the width of the OpenTime bound control so that the control is just wide enough to display the time data.
From the Locations table, add the CloseTime field to the right of the OpenTime controls.
Reduce the width of the CloseTime bound control so the control is just wide enough to display the time data.
Move the OpenTime and CloseTime controls so they are next to the LocationDescription controls instead.
From the Locations table, add the Days field to the form layout in the empty space to the right of the LocationID controls, above the OpenTime controls.
Add a logo to the form header. Use this file, located with the resources for this project: toptCornLogo-small.png
Save the form with the name: LocationsForm
Close the forms.
Import the StoreSales table from the SalesArchive Access database (downloaded from the Resources link). Do not open theSalesArchive database.
Rename and open the StoreSales table. Verify that you are working in the database you downloaded from Access, not the SalesArchive database. Rename the table: SalesArchive
Delete the Total field.
Find the record with the ID 500 and delete it. (Hint: It is the last record in the table.)
Find and replace each ItemID value OLDB with OLDB005.
Rename the TotalSal field to: TotalSale
Save and close the table.
Import records from the Excel file NewSalesData (downloaded from the Resources link) and append a copy of the records to the SalesArchive table.
Use the Relationships window to create a relationship between the Items and SalesArchive tables. Show the SalesArchive table in the Relationships window.
Create a one-to-many relationship between the ItemID field in the Items table and the ItemID field in the SalesArchivetable. You may rearrange the tables in the Relationships window if you want.
Enforce referential integrity so a record cannot be deleted or altered in the Items table if it would cause a conflict with the data in the SalesArchive table.
Close the Relationships window and save the changes.
Create a query to display sales of Truffle flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table and the ItemName field from the Items table.
Add the criteria Truffle to the ItemName field.
Hide the ItemName field in the query results. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 49 records in the query results.)
Save the query as TruffleQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales of Old Bay or Truffle flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table and the ItemName field from the Items table.
Add the criteria Old Bay or Truffle to the ItemName field. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 114 records in the query results.)
Save the query as NewFlavorsQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales for more than $100.00 from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the SaleDate from the SalesArchive table, ItemName field from the Items table, and TotalSale from the SalesArchive table.
Add criteria to the TotalSale field to return only sales greater than 100.
Specify the sort order in the query, so the results always display the records with the highest values in the TotalSale field first. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 15 records in the query results.)
Save the query as HighDollarSalesQry and close it.
Create a query to display sales for more than $100 of Old Bay flavored popcorn from the SalesArchive table Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add the criteria to the query to return only records where the ItemName is Old Bay and the TotalSale is greater than 100. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 3 records in the query results.)
Save the query as HighDollarOldBayQry and then close the query.
Create a query to display sales of Original Blend popcorn on July 4, 2019 from the SalesArchive table. Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the SaleDate and Quantity fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add the criteria to the query to return only records where the ItemName is Original Blend and the Date is July 4, 2019. Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 3 records in the query results.)
Save the query as July4OriginalBlendQry and then close the query.
Create a query to calculate the per unit price of the archived sales. Include the following fields in this order: the ItemName field from the Items table and the Quantity and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Add a calculated field to the far right of the query to calculate the value of the TotalSale divided by Quantity. Name the field: CostPerUnit Run the query to check your work. (Hint: There should be 240 records in the query results.)
Save the query as CostPerUnitQry and then close the query.
Create a parameter query to display sales from a specific date. Include these fields in this order: the SaleDate field from the SalesArchive table, the ItemName field from the Items table, the Quantity and TotalSale fields from the SalesArchive table.
Use the prompt: Enter the sale date:
Run the query to check your work. Enter the date 7/4/2019 when prompted. (Hint: There should be 9 records in the query results.)
Save the query as ByDateParameterQry and close it.
Use the Report Wizard to create a report based on the NewFlavorsQry query. Include the fields from the NewFlavorsQry query in this order: ItemName, SaleDate, Quantity, and TotalSale.
View the data by the Items table.
Do not add any additional grouping.
Sort the detail records by sale date.
Use the Stepped layout in Portrait orientation.
Name the report NewFlavorRpt and then view the report to check your work.
Switch to Layout view and add more grouping and totals to the NewFlavorRpt report. Display the Group, Sort, and Total pane and add new grouping by values in the SaleDate field by Month.
Add totals to each group to calculate the Sum of values in the TotalSale field.
Save and close the report.
Create a new report from scratch in Layout view. From the SalesArchive table, add the SaleDate field to the report. Add these fields in order to the right of the SaleDatecontrols: ItemName from the Items table, and Quantity and TotalSale from the SalesArchive table.
Resize the ItemName controls so all the item names are visible. (Hint: Widen the ItemName column so the entire Sea Salt and Caramel name is visible.)
Add the ItemID field from the Items table. Move the ItemID controls so they appear to the left of the ItemName controls.
Add the current date to the report header. Use this date format: Thursday, February 25, 2019. Do not include the time.
Add page numbers centered in the report footer. Use this page number format: Page N of M
Save the report as: SalesArchiveRpt
Save and close any open database objects and then close the database.
Upload and save your project file.
Submit project for grading.

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Hello, Need assistance on Divvy Dimensions and Facts homework assignment. Pleas

Hello,
Need assistance on Divvy Dimensions and Facts homework assignment. Please see attached file for homework assignment instructions
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Security and privacy play an important role within an EA program and its archite

Security and privacy play an important role within an EA program and its architecture.
For this week’s Discussion, please describe your understanding of the role of security and privacy in the EA program, and answer ONE of the following questions:
What is your understanding of the role of security and privacy in the Enterprise Architecture itself?
Based on your research, how are security and/or privacy handled by one of the frameworks?

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Security and privacy play an important role within an EA program and its archite

Security and privacy play an important role within an EA program and its architecture.
For this week’s Discussion, please describe your understanding of the role of security and privacy in the EA program, and answer ONE of the following questions:
What is your understanding of the role of security and privacy in the Enterprise Architecture itself?
Based on your research, how are security and/or privacy handled by one of the frameworks?