In database terminology primary key refers to the column in a table that's intended to be the primary way of identifying rows. Each table must have exactly one, and it needs to be unique. This is usually some kind of a unique identifier associated with objects presented by the table, or if such an identifier doesn't exist simply a running ID number (which is incremented automatically).
Learning Outcomes and Material¶
During this exercise students will understand the Project Work Requirements and how to setup the GITLAB/GITHUB environment for this course.
The slides presenting the GIT Part of the lecture can be downloaded from the following link: