Model Based Environment: A Practical Guide for Data Model Implementation with examples in PowerDesigner

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 14, 2013 - Computers - 342 pages
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Information Systems are a synthesis of complex components where data plays a critical role. Data Modeling requires a disciplined approach making use of business and technical knowledge. Using data models for database design, implementation, and maintenance requires the implementation of procedures that will secure successful database deployment and validation. This book teaches you the basic technical knowledge required for physical data modeling as well as procedures for model implementation and maintenance. With examples in two major Relational Database Management Systems (Oracle and DB2) the book presents procedures for model design, implementation and maintenance in PowerDesigner modeling tool.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Data model development cycle
11
3 Preparation phase
14
4 Conceptual data modeling
33
5 Logical data modeling
36
6 Physical data modeling
77
7 Model implementation
238
8 Implementation validation
284
9 Working with the model repository
292
Conclusion
325
Bibliography
327
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