Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design & Implementation

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Computers - 671 pages
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For undergraduate courses in Database Design, Introduction to Database Processing, Database Management and Design in departments of Business, Information Systems and Applied Computer Science. Database Processing, 8/E provides a solid, modern foundation in the fundamentals of database processing. *NEW - Three-chapter discussion of the management of multi-user databases - Including basic concepts, Oracle, and SQL Server 2000. *Provides knowledge and experience with the DBMS products that students will most likely encounter after graduation. *NEW - Latest Internet standards for database processing - Including multi-tier architecture and XML Schema. *Enables students to understand the characteristics of database publishing using Internet technology while at the same time learning the most up-to-date standards. *NEW - Full chapter coverage of ODBC, OLE DB, ADO, ASP, and other Microsoft technology for database publishing. *Shows students how to publish databases using Microsoft technology. *NEW - Up-to-date coverage of Java, JDBC, and JSP for publishing databases using Java technology. *Helps students balance knowledge of Microsoft technology with discussions of database publishing using

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This was the required textbook for an intro to DB class. I've worked with DBs, learned what I learned on my own, and this was my first real DB class. The book's pretty good. I thought it was very ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction to Database Development
25
Components of Applications
34
Database Development Processes
41
Copyright

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Anthony J. Blasi is Professor of Sociology at Tennessee State University.

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