In a simple, straightforward manner, this book covers the essential concepts for database processing. Technically accurate and readily understandable discussions are the result of the author's many years of experience in the field and writing about it. Chapter topics include the fundamentals of the relational model, structured query language (SQL), data modeling, database design, and database administration. For future business professionals—in accounting, finance, and production—who will develop personal databases or who will participate as a member of a team that is developing larger databases.
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ADVISER AdviserID ALTER TABLE answer to question application program ASSIGNMENT attributes candidate key Carbon River changes Chapter Code SQL statements combo box concurrency concurrency control CONTACT CREATE TABLE data model data structure diagram data type Date DBMS products defined Department Description E-R diagram Email EmailAddress EMPLOYEE EmployeeNumber entity class FirstName foreign key functional dependency Garden Glory Geri Hew Hew Remodel Highland House Elizabeth HoursWorked identifier Insert INVOICE InvoiceNumber ITEM ItemFK ItemNumber James River join LastName LINE-ITEM locking LU LU LU Mary Jacobs Microsoft Access normal form null value NW Electric Owner Phone primary key problem processing PROJECT ProjectFK ProjectID PROPERTY PropertylD Q3 Portfolio Analysis QUOTATION QuoteDate record Recursive Relationship referential integrity constraint represent requirements result RetailPrice sample data Select Query SEMINAR SeminarlD shown in Figure shows SQL Server STUDENT StudentNum Supplier surrogate key Text tion transaction UnitPrice users watt breaker weak entity