Database Processing

Database Processing : Fundamentals, Design and Implementation

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Provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals of database processing, and incorporates all of the most current technologies on the market COMPLETE * CLEAR * CURRENT COMPLETE * Extensive discussions address publishing database applications with Internet technology and using both Active Server Pages and Java Server Pages * In-depth discussions of the relational model, normalization, and extensive SQL for both data definition and data manipulation * Thorough coverage of database modeling and design using both the entity-relationship and semantic object models CLEAR * Lucid descriptions and examples of modern DBMS products including Access 2002, Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL * The companion website at www.prenhall.com/kroenke, provides easy navigation to exercises in Tabledesigner, drag-and-drop database design tool, and interactive study guide questions that drive home the chapter objectives CURRENT * Up-to-date coverage of data warehousing, data marts, and OLAP * Presentation and discussion of important standards including DHTML, XML (including XML Schema), ODBC, and JDBC * Discussions of object- oriented database processing that feature both SQL3 and Oracles object-relational capabilities Study and Succeed with David Kroenke's Database Processing 8/e & Web site: www. prenhall.com/kroenkeshow more

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  • Paperback | 671 pages
  • 210 x 275 x 23mm | 1,336g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • 8th International edition
  • 0130431796
  • 9780130431790

Table of contents

I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Introduction to Database Processing. 2. Introduction to Database Development. II. DATA MODELING. 3. The Entity-Relationship Model. 4. The Semantic Object Model. III. DATABASE DESIGN. 5. The Relational Model and Normalization. 6. Database Design from Entity-Relationship Models. 7. Database Design from Semantic Object Models. IV. DATABASE IMPLEMENTATION WITH THE RELATIONAL MODEL. 8. Foundations of Relational Implementation. 9. Structured Query Language. 10. Database Application Design. V. MULTI-USER DATABASE PROCESSING. 11. Managing Multi-User Databases. 12. Managing Databases with Oracle. 13. Managing Databases with SQL Server 2000. VI. ENTERPRISE DATABASE PROCESSING. 14. Networks, Multi-Tier Architectures, and XML. 15. ODBC, OLE DB, ADO, and ASP. 16. JDBC, Java Server Pages, and MySQL. 17. Sharing Enterprise Data. VII. OBJECT-ORIENTED DATABASE PROCESSING. 18. Object-Oriented Database Processing. APPENDICES. Appendix A: Data Structures for Database Processing. Appendix B: Semantic Object Models and Tabledesigner.show more