Develop the queries to support each of the reports that are required by Ms. Smith. It is expected that the information returned by the queries is adequate to be used in the reporting process. Make sure your output contains enough information! The following is a recommendation and the MINIMUM amount of data you should have access to:
Customer Table: A minimum of 12 customers (this will allow several channels to have more than one customer selecting it as a favorite channel) Billing Table: Records to support the above customers Program Table: A minimum of 25 programs (your program guide should have enough programs for various channels to support the program guide report) Other tables: A sufficient amount of data to support the above when reports are run
Create a heading of REPORTING STATEMENTS as a comment at the bottom of your group project database script file. Add the six report queries to this area. In instances where you are asked to allow for user input, please specify an appropriate value based upon the data in your script. For example, Report 1 is a DATE driven report; therefore, you should use a single date in your WHERE clause to display the information. Task 5 is the final task for the project and is designed to demonstrate that you have adequately satisfied the requirements of the project. The following is what you are to submit for Task 5:
Report 1 – A list of the programs on all channels for a specific day showing the channel number, supplier, package, program name, rating code, and show time. This will be similar to a program guide, only not package specific. This is a date-driven report, therefore it should only display programs for a single date specified. Report 2 – A sample program guide showing the channel number, show time, program name, and rating description. For the purposes of this project, your report should be package ID specific (based on a given package ID) and you only need to demonstrate a single package ID. Your report should include all channels associated with the specified package. Report 3 – A list of all new customers signed up on a specific day. This should show enough details about the customer, including favorite channel, address, and minimal billing details. This report is to be date driven, so you will need to specify a date in your query. Report 4 – A list of all the customers made inactive on a specific date. This should show enough details about the customer to allow contact with the customer, the reason he or she was made inactive, and the user who made them inactive. Again, keep in mind that this is a date driven report. Report 5 – A list of each channel (both channel name and channel number) and a count of the number of customers who picked that channel as a favorite channel.
Report 6 – A summary of sales for any given day, categorized by package type (i.e., the total sales written on the specified day for each package subscribed to by customers, not bills paid). This report should give details about each package type, the package price, the number of packages sold, and then the total sales amount for that package. Once again, remember that this is going to be a date driven report.
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