The Database Factory: Active Database for Enterprise Computing
The Database Factory Focusing on the new generation of distributed client/server information systems, The Database Factory provides the first in-depth treatment of active database design and implementation. This breakthrough work shows how to improve software reliability and lower software development cost using off-the-shelf products. You’ll learn important new techniques such as mistake-proofing, state-based behavior, and client/server data warehouse design. The Database Factory demonstrates how to build and deploy active database applications using standard components. Examples and illustrations from real-world applications guide you through all stages of development from initial analysis to final implementation. The book also covers:
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ACTIVE COMPONENT ASSEMBLIES
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active database applications active server assembly automated behavior Bill of Operations change agent client machines client programs client/server client/server database COBOL column complex condition consignment control tables coordination cost data access data replication Data Warehouse Database Factory database programs database server database trigger DEPTNO Development Warehouse distributed embedded SQL entity entity integrity environment event alert event-management example Factory applications foreign key function goal handler hardware implementation information systems infrastructure inventory layer ledger legacy applications legacy data mainframe manufacturing metadata metastate middleware monolithic nonprocedural OSI model pallet passive database passive server performance PL/SQL platform primary key procedural code procedural programming processing production RDBMS re-engineering referential integrity relational database relationship responsible result rightsizing shared shown in Figure skunkworks software development source code SQL commands SQL execution standard stored structure structured programming Success Circle Sybase tion transaction triggers update vendor workflow workgroup