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Project schema is a template that helps project managers plan, execute, and complete projects of any size. Project schema is the set of tasks that are necessary to complete your project. These tasks might include things like setting up resources, defining schedules, assigning resources to assignments, creating milestones, estimating costs and more. Projects can take different shapes and sizes; for this reason it's important to make sure your project schema covers all the bases to ensure it will be successful.

A database schema is a set of rules or structure for a database. It defines how data is stored and created in the database. A schema must be developed before the database can be used. Database administrators need to know what information needs to be stored and how it needs to be stored in order to create a well-structured, efficient, and secure database.

A database schema is a set of rules for how data is stored in a database. As an example, the schema defines the columns that are used to store data, how they are organized into tables, and what operations are performed on them. There are three types of database schema: 1) Physical Schema 2) View Schema 3) Logical Schema

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