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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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22.2. Database Design for Retail Banking

M/s Greenlay Bank has just ventured into a retail banking system with the following functions (sub-processes) at the beginning:

  • Saving Bank accounts.

  • Current Bank accounts.

  • Fixed deposits.

  • Loans.

  • DEMAT Account.

Fig. 22.1 shows various sub-processes of a typical retail banking system. Each functions (or sub-processes), in turn has multiple child processes that work together in harmony for the process to be useful. In this example, we will consider only three functions, namely saving bank (SB) accounts, current bank (CB) accounts and fixed deposits (FDs).

Fig. 22.1. Retail banking system

22.2.1. Requirement Definition and Analysis

After a detailed analysis, following activities and ...

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