Introducing Physical Database Design
The physical database design continues from the relational model created in the logical design. One relational model can have no physical models or as many as needed, and the physical model will be defined by its relational database model system (RDBMS) site. An RDBMS site is an alias associated with an RDBMS type (Oracle 12c, Oracle 11g, SQL Server 2008, and so on) supported by Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler. To be able to design the physical model, you need a good understanding of the RDBMS site selected to be able to make the right decisions.
In physical database design, you design the physical ...