CSE5330-005 Fall 2022 Project 1 In this project, you will get started on how to use a relational DBMS. You can either use the ORACLE RDBMS, or the MySQL system. You will use the interactive SQLPLUS facility, and the SQL programming facility, by creating tables, populating them with data, and querying and updating the tables. You should do the following: 1. Create the following tables for the US COVID-19 database whose schema is specified in Page 3 of this document: STATE, COUNTY, CONFIRMED CASES, DEATHS, VACCINATIONS. Write your CREATE TABLE statements in a text file and execute the commands from the file through SQLPLUS. You should capture the execution in a spool file that will be turned in. Specify appropriate key and referential integrity constraints. The data types for each attribute are given after the schema diagram. 2. Write one or more database programs to load the records that will be provided to you into each of the tables that you created. The supplied data is synthetic and may not represent the ground reality. You might have to pivot some data to suit to the schema given. You can use any programming or scripting language you are familiar with (JAVA with JDBC, Pro*C, PERL, PHP, Python, etc.). 3. Write down the queries for the English queries that are listed later. Execute each query and display its results. Capture your commands in spool files for turning in. 4. Execute 3 more Insert commands that attempt to insert 3 more records, such that the records violate the integrity constraints. Make each of the 3 records violate a different type of integrity constraint. Capture your commands in spool files for turning in. 5. Execute a SQL command to Delete a record that violates a referential integrity constraint. Capture your command in a spool file for turning in. 6. Repeat 5 but Insert three new records that do not violate any integrity constraints. Capture your commands in spool files for turning in. You should turn in to the GTA one or more Spool files as part of the assignment, including creating the tables and the query results. You should also turn in the source code for the programming part of the assignment for loading the data. Document your output when needed by writing down an explanation for each step (by editing the spool file); for example, explain the integrity constraints violated in item 5.