Your submission must include:
- An SQL script file containing appropriate SQL DDL (e.g., CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE, etc.) statements for creating all the relations from Part 1 (A). 16 marks
- The output from running the script file in a live Oracle 11g/12c session (e.g., using SPOOL, copy and paste, screenshots, etc.). 4 marks
- You should use relational features from the SQL92 standard in Oracle 11g/12c for constructing your data structures / tables, including appropriate primary and foreign keys.
- You should aim for a high degree of reliability in the data with use of as many constraints as possible, e.g., check constraints on various columns (e.g., particular format of primary key values, positive physical values as described in week 4 lecture slides on integrity constraints).