Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Programming
Que | April 27, 2001 | ISBN-10: 0789724499 | 792 pages | PDF | 8.36 MB
SQL Server 2000 Programming by Example provides clear and concise examples of basic programming techniques used in SQL Server 2000 primarily using Transact-SQL. Even if you're a complete novice to SQL Server 2000 programming, you will benefit by reading through the book's logical process. SQL Server 2000 is introduced and explored, database structure is designed and built, and finally a variety of programming techniques are studied and reviewed. If you are already familiar with SQL Server 2000 programming, you may use the book as a quick reference guide that provides plenty of pertinent examples.
SQL All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Paperback: 744 pages
Publisher: For Dummies; 2nd Edition (March, 2011)
File Size: 18.5 MB
The soup-to-nuts guide on all things SQL!
SQL, or structured query language, is the international standard language for creating and maintaining relational databases. It is the basis of all major databases in use today and is essential for the storage and retrieval of database information. This fun and friendly guide takes SQL and all its related topics and breaks it down into easily digestible pieces for you to understand. You’ll get the goods on relational database design, development, and maintenance, enabling you to start working with SQL right away!
Publisher: Sams | ISBN: 0672327783 | edition 2005 | CHM | 504 pages | 14,3 mb
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (June 25, 2004) | ISBN: 0072227761 | Pages: 352 | CHM | 6.62 MB
Publisher: Digital Press; 1st edition (March 27, 2001) | ISBN: 1555582419 | Pages: 320 | PDF | 6.72 MB
What you will learn from this book?
* Asking users the right questions to collect relevant data for the system you are building
* Detecting bad structures
* Sound data-naming techniques, for both table and column names
* Modeling data with future growth in mind
* Implementing security policies with data privileges and views
* Tuning the structure for performanceProducing system documentation (data dictionary, relational schema)
* Testing the model with appropriate SQL queries
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional | ISBN: 0672329166 | edition 2008 | PDF | 1008 pages | 11,8 mb
The PHP server-side scripting language and the MySQL database management system (DBMS) make a potent pair. Both are open-source products--free of charge for most purposes--remarkably strong, and capable of handling all but the most enormous transaction loads. Both are supported by large, skilled, and enthusiastic communities of architects, programmers, and designers. PHP and MySQL Web Development introduces readers (who are assumed to have little or no experience with the title subjects) to PHP and MySQL for the purpose of creating dynamic Internet sites. It teaches the same skills as introductory Active Server Pages (ASP) and ColdFusion books--technologies that address the same niche.
Publisher: Packt Publishing 2010 | 276 Pages | ISBN: 1847199941 | PDF | 2 MB
High Availability is something that all web sites hope to achieve, especially those that are linked to big companies.
MySQL, an open source relational database management system (RDBMS), can be made highly available to protect from corruption, hardware failure, software crashes, and user error. Running a MySQL setup is quite simple. Things start getting complex when you start thinking about the best way to provide redundancy. There are a large number of techniques available to add ‘redundancy’ and ‘high availability’ to MySQL, but most are both poorly understood and documented.