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I want to create an application for tracking orders of a cloth designing company using java,javadb and netbeans. The company makes tailor made wedding outfits for brides and grooms they want to keep track of the orders. i want to know the tables involved for the database..
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There is no predetermined set of tables for that application.  You can use a single table and enter everything manually if you want.  Large systems may have the order tracking integrated with customer, inventory, and production management and have dozens to hundreds of tables.

Are you really using the DB2 database?  You might want to at least click on "Request Attention" and get the java zones added to your question.
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ok thanks..
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