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Database Development For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-08525-7
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360 pages
May 2011
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Introduction.

About This Book.

Who Should Read This Book?

Foolish Assumptions.

How This Book Is Organized.

Part I: Basic Concepts.

Part II: Data Modeling: What Should the Database Represent?

Part III: Database Design.

Part IV: Implementing a Database.

Part V: Implementing a Database Application.

Part VI: Using Internet Technology with Database.

Part VII: The Part of Tens.

Conventions Used in This Book.

Icons Used in This Book.

Where to Go From Here.

Part I: Basic Concepts.

Chapter 1: Database Processing.

Chapter 2: Database Development.

Part II: Data Modeling: What Should the Database Represent?

Chapter 3: The Users' Model.

Chapter 4: The Entity-Relationship Model.

Chapter 5: The Semantic Object Model.

Chapter 6: Determining What You Are Going to Do.

Part III: Database Design.

Chapter 7: The Relational Model.

Chapter 8: Using an Entity-Relationship Model to Design a Database.

Chapter 9: Using a Semantic Object Model to Design a Database.

Part IV: Implementing a Database.

Chapter 10: Using DBMS Tools to Implement a Database.

Chapter 11: Addressing Bigger Problems with SQL Server 2000.

Chapter 12: Using SQL to Implement a Database.

Part V: Implementing a Database Application.

Chapter 13: Using DBMS Tools to Implement a Database Application.

Chapter 14: SQL and Database Applications.

Part VI: Using Internet Technology with Database.

Chapter 15: Database on Networks.

Chapter 16: Database Security and Reliability.

Chapter 17: Ten Rules to Remember When Creating a Database.

Chapter 18: Ten Rules to Remember When Creating a Database Application.

Glossary.

Index.

Book Registration Information.
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