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Unique Features Unique chapter providing a conceptual introduction to the database development process Visual representation of relational algebra operators Query formulation guidelines; Oracle, Access, and SQL2003 SQL coverage Emphasis on ERD notation, business rules, and diagram rules with support in the ER Assistant Strategies for analyzing business information needs, data modeling transformations, and detection of common design errors Normalization guidelines and procedures Index selection rules; SQL tuning guidelines, integrated coverage of query optimization, file structures, and index selection Query formulation guidelines; Oracle 10g, Access, and SQL2003 coverage; advanced topic coverage of nested queries, division problems, and null value handling Rules for updatable views, data requirement guidelines for forms and reports Unique chapter covering concepts and practices of database programming languages, stored procedures, and triggers Unique chapter covering concepts and practices of view integration and design Unique chapter providing a comprehensive case study on student loan processing Guidelines for important processes used by database administrators Transaction design guidelines and advanced topic coverage Data warehouse maturity model for evaluating technology impact on organizations; advanced topic coverage of relational database features for data warehouse processing and the data warehouse refresh process; extensive Oracle 10g data warehouse coverage Integrated coverage of client-server processing, parallel database processing, and distributed databases Advanced topic coverage of object-relational features in SQL2003 and Oracle 1 Og
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SQL Statements CREATE TABLE SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE SELECT (nested queries, outer joins, null value handling); Access, Oracle 10g, and SQL:2003 coverage CREATE VIEW; queries and manipulation statements using views CREATE PROCEDURE (Oracle), CREATE TRIGGER (Oracle and SQL:2003) GRANT, REVOKE, CREATE ROLE, CREATE ASSERTION, CHECK clause of the CREATE TABLE statement, CREATE DOMAIN COMMIT, ROLLBACK, SET TRANSACTION, SET CONSTRAINTS, SAVEPOINT CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW (Oracle), GROUP BY clause extensions (Oracle and SQL:2003), CREATE DIMENSION (Oracle) CREATE TYPE, CREATE TABLE (typed tables and subtables), SELECT (object identifiers, path expressions, dereference operator); SQL:2003 and Oracle 10g coverage
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Problem-Solving Guidelines Visual representation of relationships and relational algebra operators Conceptual evaluation process; query formulation questions Diagram rules Guidelines for analyzing business information needs; design transformations; identification of common design errors; conversion rules Guidelines for identifying functional dependencies; simple synthesis procedure Index selection rules; SQL tuning guidelines Difference problem formulation guidelines; nested query evaluation; count method for division problems Rules for updatable join queries; steps for analyzing data requirements in forms and reports Trigger execution procedure Form analysis steps; view integration strategies Guidelines to manage stored procedures and triggers; data planning process; DBMS selection process Transaction timeline; transaction design guidelines Guidelines for relational database representations of multidimensional data; guidelines for time representation in dimension tables, trade-offs for refreshing a data warehouse Progression of transparency levels for distributed databases Object database architectures; comparison between relational and objectrelational representations
process to tackle problems in a systematic manner The guidelines provide mental models to help students apply the concepts to solve basic and advanced problems Table P3 summarizes the unique problem-solving guidelines by chapter Sample Databases and Examples: Two sample databases are used throughout the chapters of Parts 2 and 5 to provide consistency and continuity The University database is used in the chapter examples, while the Order Entry database is used in the end-ofchapter problems Numerous examples and problems with these databases depict the fundamental skills of query formulation and application data requirements Revised versions of the databases provide separation between basic and advanced examples The
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