Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design & Implementation

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Prentice Hall, 2004 - Computers - 702 pages
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Database Processing, 9/E provides a solid, modern foundation in the fundamentals of database processing. This new edition proves to be the most comprehensive revision of the book yet, with expanded and updated treatment of cutting-edge technologies like XML and ADO.NET. ADO.NET, SQL, SQL Server, XML, Oracle, the entity-relationship model, database management, database redesign. For database administrators, database designers, application programmers, or other professionals in the field who want a complete, up-to-date, easy-to-use database book.

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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

parti ENTITYRELATIONSHIP DATA MODELING
29
Process and Examples
73
PART II DATABASE DESIGN
117
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David Kroenke has been a sailor since 1971 and currently owns a Mason 44. He has cruised the West Coast extensively, roamed the Inside Passage and the coast of British Columbia, and sailed to Mexico and back. His next Big Trip is a voyage to the Marquesas. Although he holds a Ph.D. in engineering, he claims his chief qualification for writing "Know Your Boat" is the self-education process he undertook after spending piles of money in boatyards.

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