Most of my examples utilize either adhoc type of data samples or one of the versions of AdventureWorks. I do this so that the reader (you) can see and duplicate my efforts. In working with the various versions of the AW databases, I’ve often completed web searches to look for a database diagram. Not only to make it easier for me to find them, but also anyone else out there digging for them; I have a zipped up file containing the below files.
You can download the zip file here.
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