Enterprise Database Connectivity: The Key to Enterprise Applications on the Desktop

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Wiley, Apr 5, 1993 - Computers - 352 pages
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Written by a well known authority in the field, it explains how to use sophisticated products that merge database management with data communications in order to guarantee security, integrity and concurrency regardless of the computer platform. Provides in-depth coverage of the issues and concepts of Enterprise Database Connectivity (EDC) to deploy these enterprise applications successfully to the desktop. Enables readers to design and implement systems by offering objective information about significant products from IBM, Sybase, Microsoft, etc., for front end and imbedded tools. Discusses various approaches to connectivity (what works with what) and offers a simple action plan to allow large companies to move forward in this rapidly growing area.

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What's an enterprise? According to Hackathorn, a group motivated by a common objective working with common resources. Ergo, an enterprise database is a tool used by a group to make decisions, or in ... Read full review

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INTRODUCTION
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FUNDAMENTALS OF DATA MANAGEMENT
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FUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS MANAGEMENT
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