Creating and Using Stored Tables

Why Use Tables
Why Use Tables
You create stored tables so you can store, retrieve, and process information. The information may be of concern only to yourself, or it may be used by many people in the corporation.
Before creating stored tables, you must decide what information you need and how you want to use that information.
An Example
For example, Fran Snell, personnel director of Acme Insurance, wants to keep a record of all the positions in the company, both filled and unfilled. Fran also wants to store information on applicants for positions at Acme Insurance. Fran would like to use the job and applicant information stored in the database to help personnel fill open positions at Acme.