Naming Conventions for Physical Database Objects

The purpose of this document is to convey the naming conventions for physical database objects such as tables, columns, relationships, and relationships. While physical object names should be derived from logical object names (e.g. entity, attribute, and relationship names), this document does not address logical names. More

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About James Seymour

James Seymour is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in history and political science and the University of Kentucky with a MA in history. He became first involved with computer technology in 1965 with the mainframe environment at North Carolina.

While in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, he was on the small team which worked with the mainframe setup at the Pentagon for various military strategic scenarios.

Since 1972, he has been involved on many, varied computer environments with the second point-of-sale and inventory control project in the retail industry, analytical programs and database initiatives in the insurance and benefits industries, loss control start-ups, and many other inventory control and sales tracking projects throughout many different industries.

From 1987 through 1995, Mr. Seymour was an instructor of database management in the community college system of the state of Kentucky. In this capacity, he created the first database management and C programming courses in the state of Kentucky and helped both public and private entities with urgent training needs including the programming of guidance systems on cruise missiles for Desert Storm.

Before 1985, he was a system administrator, network administrator, programmer, and database administrator. Since 1985, Mr. Seymour has been a senior enterprise architect, senior data architect, and senior database administrator working primarily with DB2 and Oracle DBMSs on multiple platforms plus SQL Server beginning with version 7.0. During this time, he has successfully developed and managed several major business and information technology projects for a Fortune 100 corporation in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.

Mr. Seymour is currently the CEO plus Senior Business and IT Consultant for Sneezing Dragon Business & IT Consultants, Inc. This firm helps small, medium-sized, and large businesses with solutions to various problem areas. It operates both in the United States and in many other countries around the world.

Mr. Seymour can be reached through the email address of sndragn@gmail.com or the email address of jsbooks45@gmail.com.

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