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APPENDIX A The Sample Database APPENDIX B DBMS Vendor Pro les APPENDIX C SQL Syntax Reference
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ost of the examples in this book are based on the sample database described in this appendix. The sample database contains data that supports a simple orderprocessing application for a small distribution company. It consists of five tables: Contains one row for each type of product that is available for sale.
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OFFICES Contains one row for each of the company s five sales offices where the salespeople work. SALESREPS CUSTOMERS Contains one row for each of the company s ten salespeople. Contains one row for each of the company s customers.
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ORDERS Contains one row for each order placed by a customer. For simplicity, each order is assumed to be for a single product. Figure A-1 graphically shows the five tables, the columns that they contain, and the parent/child relationships among them. The primary key of each table is shaded. The five tables in the sample database can be created using the following CREATE TABLE and ALTER statements. Significant variations exist in the support for data types and syntax across available SQL products. You will therefore find that the SQL statements shown here may require modification to run on the SQL-based database that you are using. To help you sort out those differences, scripts containing statements tailored for DB2, MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server are available for download from the McGraw-Hill web site. Scripts containing the INSERT statements required to load sample data rows into the tables that match the examples used throughout this book are also available. To access the downloads page, follow these steps: 1. Open your web browser and go to www.mhprofessional.com/ computingdownload. 2. On the banner across the top of the page, click COMPUTING. 3. Along the left margin about halfway down the page, click the link Downloads Section. 4. Scroll down the page to the lines for this book s title.
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Part VII:
Appendixes
FIGURE A-1
The structure of the sample database
5. Select the files you want, click them, and save them to your local computer system. If the DBMS you are using is not shown, we suggest you start with the MySQL files, because MySQL is the most compliant with the current SQL standard. 6. Consult the documentation for your DBMS and the SQL client you are using in order to run the scripts in your database.
CREATE TABLE (MFR_ID PRODUCT_ID DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY_ON_HAND PRIMARY KEY CREATE TABLE (OFFICE CITY REGION MGR TARGET SALES PRIMARY KEY FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE PRODUCTS CHAR(3) NOT NULL, CHAR(5) NOT NULL, VARCHAR(20) NOT NULL, DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, INTEGER NOT NULL, (MFR_ID, PRODUCT_ID)); OFFICES INTEGER NOT NULL, VARCHAR(15) NOT NULL, VARCHAR(10) NOT NULL, INTEGER, DECIMAL(9,2), DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, (OFFICE), HASMGR (MGR) SALESREPS SET NULL);
Appendix A:
The Sample Database
CREATE TABLE (EMPL_NUM NAME AGE REP_OFFICE TITLE HIRE_DATE MANAGER QUOTA SALES PRIMARY KEY FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE CREATE TABLE (CUST_NUM COMPANY CUST_REP CREDIT_LIMIT PRIMARY KEY FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE CREATE TABLE (ORDER_NUM ORDER_DATE CUST REP MFR PRODUCT QTY AMOUNT PRIMARY KEY FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES ON DELETE
SALESREPS INTEGER NOT NULL, VARCHAR(15) NOT NULL, INTEGER, INTEGER, VARCHAR(10), DATE NOT NULL, INTEGER, DECIMAL(9,2), DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, (EMPL_NUM), (MANAGER) SALESREPS SET NULL, WORKSIN (REP_OFFICE) OFFICES SET NULL); CUSTOMERS INTEGER NOT NULL, VARCHAR(20) NOT NULL, INTEGER, DECIMAL(9,2), (CUST_NUM), HASREP (CUST_REP) SALESREPS SET NULL); ORDERS INTEGER NOT NULL, DATE NOT NULL, INTEGER NOT NULL, INTEGER, CHAR(3) NOT NULL, CHAR(5) NOT NULL, INTEGER NOT NULL, DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, (ORDER_NUM), PLACEDBY (CUST) CUSTOMERS CASCADE, TAKENBY (REP) SALESREPS SET NULL, ISFOR (MFR, PRODUCT) PRODUCTS RESTRICT);
PART VII PART I PART I PART I PART I
ALTER TABLE OFFICES ADD CONSTRAINT HASMGR FOREIGN KEY(MGR) REFERENCES SALESREPS(EMPL_NUM) ON DELETE SET NULL;
Part VII:
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