Hands-on SQL: The Language, Querying, Reporting, and the Marketplace
Prentice Hall PTR, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 550 pages
SQL (Structured Query Language) is used to pass information between a database and an application. This work takes users through SQL using a hands-on approach, combining SQL Windows solo on the enclosed CD with a text tutorial. Users are introduced to the use of query tools, report writer products, middleware connectivity issues, embedded SQL and future directions of SQL. This combination of text and CD aims to familiarize users with SQL in three hours.
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Creation of a Database
INSERT UPDATE and DELETE
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aggregate function ALTER TABLE application development Centura Software Chapter Choose the Execute Choose this SELECT clause column name COMP_ID COMP_NAME COMPANY database connectivity Corp CREATE TABLE CREATE VIEW data types database design database vendors DELETE DEP_CODE DROP embedded SQL EMP_NAME example Execute SQL Statement exercise foreign key formula editor Graph HP-UX Informix interface join logical model Microsoft middleware MOVIES ODBC Oracle performance PLATFORMS predicate primary key PRODUCT query tool Quest RDBMS Redwood Shores referential integrity relational database replication REVOKE rows search condition Section SELECT command SELECT COMPJD SELECT statement shown in Figure specified SQL Activity window SQL commands SQL language SQL menu SQL Server SQL Statement menu SQLBase SQLWindows statement by clicking Statement menu option STOCK_PRICE STOCK_VALUE stored procedures subquery Sybase Sybase SQL Server SYSADM system catalog system tables Teradata transaction UNIQUE INDEX UNIX UPDATE command VARCHAR Windows 95 Windows NT