The Database Factory: Active Database for Enterprise Computing

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Wiley, Mar 16, 1994 - Computers - 286 pages
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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:
  • Workflow integration
  • Event management
  • Visual programming
  • Database agents
  • Component repository
  • Data replication
  • Legacy integration
  • Collaborative development
  • Standard reusable code
The Database Factory will help you develop enterprise solutions faster, better, and at lower cost.

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About the author STEPHEN G. SCHUR is Vice President of Productive Methods, Inc., a consulting organization headquartered in San Mateo, California. The company plans, designs, and implements active database information systems. Prior to joining Productive Methods, Mr. Schur designed database systems for organizations in the financial, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. Recognized as an industry expert, Mr. Schur speaks frequently at database and strategic technology symposiums.

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