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Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design, and Implementation, Global Edition

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  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Supplements
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Authors
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Part 1 Getting Started
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Importance of Databases in the Internet and Smartphone World
      • The Characteristics of Databases
        • A Note on Naming Conventions
        • A Database Has Data and Relationships
        • Databases Create Information
      • Database Examples
        • Single-User Database Applications
        • Multiuser Database Applications
        • E-Commerce Database Applications
        • Reporting and Data Mining Database Applications
      • The Components of a Database System
        • Database Applications and SQL
        • The DBMS
        • The Database
      • Personal Versus Enterprise-Class Database Systems
        • What Is Microsoft Access?
        • What Is an Enterprise-Class Database System?
      • Database Design
        • Database Design from Existing Data
        • Database Design for New Systems Development
        • Database Redesign
      • What You Need to Learn
      • A Brief History of Database Processing
        • The Early Years
        • The Emergence and Dominance of the Relational Model
        • Post-Relational Developments
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
    • Chapter 2: Introduction to Structured Query Language
      • Chapter Objectives
      • Cape Codd Outdoor Sports
      • Business Intelligence Systems and Data Warehouses
        • The Cape Codd Outdoor Sports Extracted Retail Sales Data
        • RETAIL_ORDER Data
        • ORDER_ITEM Data
        • SKU_DATA Table
        • CATALOG_SKU_20## Tables
        • The Complete Cape Codd Data Extract Schema
        • Data Extracts Are Common
      • SQL Background
      • The SQL SELECT/FROM/WHERE Framework
        • Reading Specified Columns from a Single Table
        • Specifying Column Order in SQL Queries from a Single Table
      • Submitting SQL Statements to the DBMS
        • Using SQL in Microsoft Access 2013
        • Using SQL in Microsoft SQL Server 2014
        • Using SQL in Oracle Database
        • Using SQL in Oracle MySQL 5.6
      • SQL Enhancements for Querying a Single Table
        • Reading Specified Rows from a Single Table
        • Reading Specified Columns and Rows from a Single Table
        • Sorting the SQL Query Results
        • SQL WHERE Clause Options
      • Performing Calculations in SQL Queries
        • Using SQL Built-in Aggregate Functions
        • SQL Expressions in SQL SELECT Statements
      • Grouping Rows in SQL SELECT Statements
      • Querying Two or More Tables with SQL
        • Querying Multiple Tables with Subqueries
        • Querying Multiple Tables with Joins
        • Comparing Subqueries and Joins
        • The SQL JOIN ON Syntax
        • Outer Joins
        • Using SQL Set Operators
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
  • Part 2 Database Design
    • Chapter 3: The Relational Model and Normalization
      • Chapter Objectives
      • Relational Model Terminology
        • Relations
        • Characteristics of Relations
        • Alternative Terminology
        • To Key, or Not to Key—That Is the Question!
        • Functional Dependencies
        • Finding Functional Dependencies
        • Keys
      • Normal Forms
        • Modification Anomalies
        • A Short History of Normal Forms
        • Normalization Categories
        • From First Normal Form to Boyce-Codd Normal Form Step by Step
        • Eliminating Anomalies from Functional Dependencies with BCNF
        • Eliminating Anomalies from Multivalued Dependencies
        • Fifth Normal Form
        • Domain/Key Normal Form
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 4: Database Design Using Normalization
      • Chapter Objectives
      • Assess Table Structure
      • Designing Updatable Databases
        • Advantages and Disadvantages of Normalization
        • Functional Dependencies
        • Normalizing with SQL
        • Choosing Not to Use BCNF
        • Multivalued Dependencies
      • Designing Read-Only Databases
        • Denormalization
        • Customized Duplicated Tables
      • Common Design Problems
        • The Multivalue, Multicolumn Problem
        • Inconsistent Values
        • Missing Values
        • The General-Purpose Remarks Column
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 5: Data Modeling with the Entity-Relationship Model
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Purpose of a Data Model
      • The Entity-Relationship Model
        • Entities
        • Attributes
        • Identifiers
        • Relationships
        • Maximum Cardinality
        • Minimum Cardinality
        • Entity-Relationship Diagrams and Their Versions
        • Variations of the E-R Model
        • E-R Diagrams Using the IE Crow’s Foot Model
        • Strong Entities and Weak Entities
        • ID-Dependent Entities
        • Non-ID-Dependent Weak Entities
        • The Ambiguity of the Weak Entity
        • Subtype Entities
      • Patterns in Forms, Reports, and E-R Models
        • Strong Entity Patterns
        • ID-Dependent Relationships
        • Mixed Identifying and Nonidentifying Patterns
        • The For-Use-By Pattern
        • Recursive Patterns
      • The Data Modeling Process
        • The College Report
        • The Department Report
        • The Department/Major Report
        • The Student Acceptance Letter
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 6: Transforming Data Models into Database Designs
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Purpose of a Database Design
      • Create a Table for Each Entity
        • Selecting the Primary Key
        • Specifying Alternate Keys
        • Specifying Column Properties
        • Verify Normalization
      • Create Relationships
        • Relationships Between Strong Entities
        • Relationships Using ID-Dependent Entities
        • Relationships with a Weak Non-ID-Dependent Entity
        • Relationships in Mixed Entity Designs
        • Relationships Between Supertype and Subtype Entities
        • Recursive Relationships
        • Representing Ternary and Higher-Order Relationships
        • Relational Representation of the Highline University Data Model
      • Design for Minimum Cardinality
        • Actions when the Parent Is Required
        • Actions when the Child Is Required
        • Implementing Actions for M-O Relationships
        • Implementing Actions for O-M Relationships
        • Implementing Actions for M-M Relationships
        • Designing Special Case M-M Relationships
        • Documenting the Minimum Cardinality Design
        • An Additional Complication
        • Summary of Minimum Cardinality Design
      • The View Ridge Gallery Database
        • View Ridge Gallery Database Summary of Requirements
        • The View Ridge Data Model
        • Database Design with Data Keys
        • Minimum Cardinality Enforcement for Required Parents
        • Minimum Cardinality Enforcement for the Required Child
        • Column Properties for the View Ridge Database Design Tables
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
  • Part 3 Database Implementation
    • Chapter 7: SQL for Database Construction and Application Processing
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Importance of Working with an Installed DBMS Product
      • The View Ridge Gallery Database
      • SQL DDL and DML
      • Managing Table Structure with SQL DDL
        • Creating the VRG Database
        • Using SQL Scripts
        • Using the SQL CREATE TABLE Statement
        • Variations in SQL Data Types and SQL/PSM
        • Creating the VRG Database ARTIST Table
        • Creating the VRG Database WORK Table and the 1:N ARTIST-to-WORK Relationship
        • Implementing Required Parent Rows
        • Implementing 1:1 Relationships
        • Casual Relationships
        • Creating Default Values and Data-Constraints with SQL
        • Creating the VRG Database Tables
        • The SQL ALTER TABLE Statement
        • The SQL DROP TABLE Statement
        • The SQL TRUNCATE TABLE Statement
        • The SQL CREATE INDEX Statement
      • SQL DML Statements
        • The SQL INSERT Statement
        • Populating the VRG Database Tables
        • The SQL UPDATE Statement
        • The SQL MERGE Statement
        • The SQL DELETE Statement
      • Using SQL Views
        • Using SQL Views to Hide Columns and Rows
        • Using SQL Views to Display Results of Computed Columns
        • Using SQL Views to Hide Complicated SQL Syntax
        • Layering Built-in Functions
        • Using SQL Views for Isolation, Multiple Permissions, and Multiple Triggers
        • Updating SQL Views
      • Embedding SQL in Program Code
        • SQL/Persistent Stored Modules (SQL/PSM)
        • Using SQL User-Defined Functions
        • Using SQL Triggers
        • Using Stored Procedures
        • Comparing User-Defined Functions, Triggers, and Stored Procedures
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 8: Database Redesign
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Need for Database Redesign
      • SQL Statements for Checking Functional Dependencies
        • What Is a Correlated Subquery
      • How Do I Analyze an Existing Database
        • Reverse Engineering
        • Dependency Graphs
        • Database Backup and Test Databases
      • Changing Table Names and Table Columns
        • Changing Table Names
        • Adding and Dropping Columns
        • Changing a Column Data Type or Column Constraints
        • Adding and Dropping Constraints
      • Changing Relationship Cardinalities
        • Changing Minimum Cardinalities
        • Changing Maximum Cardinalities
      • Adding and Deleting Tables and Relationships
      • Forward Engineering
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
  • Part 4 Multiuser Database Processing
    • Chapter 9: Managing Multiuser Databases
      • Chapter Objectives
      • The Importance of Working with an Installed DBMS Product
      • Database Administration
        • Managing the Database Structure
      • Concurrency Control
        • The Need for Atomic Transactions
        • Resource Locking
        • Optimistic Versus Pessimistic Locking
        • SQL Transaction Control Language and Declaring Lock Characteristics
        • Implicit and Explicit COMMIT TRANSACTION
        • Consistent Transactions
        • Transaction Isolation Level
        • SQL Cursors
      • Database Security
        • Processing Rights and Responsibilities
        • DBMS Security
        • DBMS Security Guidelines
        • Application Security
        • The SQL Injection Attack
      • Database Backup and Recovery
        • Recovery via Reprocessing
        • Recovery via Rollback/Rollforward
      • Managing the DBMS
        • Maintaining the Data Repository
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 10: Managing Databases with Microsoft SQL Server 2014, Oracle Database, and MySQL 5.6
      • Chapter Objectives
      • Installing the DBMS
      • Using the DBMS Database Administration and Database Development Utilities
      • Creating a Database
      • Creating and Running SQL Scripts
      • Reviewing the Database Structure in the DBMS GUI Utility
      • Creating and Populating the View Ridge Gallery VRG Database Tables
      • Creating SQL Views for the View Ridge Gallery VRG Database
      • Database Application Logic and SQL/Persistent Stored Modules (SQL/PSM)
      • DBMS Concurrency Control
      • DBMS Security
      • DBMS Database Backup and Recovery
      • Other DBMS Topics Not Discussed
      • Choose Your DBMS Product(s)!
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Project Questions
  • Part 5 Database Access Standards
    • Chapter 11: The Web Server Environment
      • Chapter Objectives
      • A Web Database Application for the View Ridge Gallery
      • The Web Database Processing Environment
      • Database Server Access Standards
      • The ODBC Standard
        • ODBC Architecture
        • Conformance Levels
        • Creating an ODBC Data Source Name
      • The Microsoft.NET Framework and ADO.NET
        • OLE DB
        • ADO and ADO.NET
        • The ADO.NET Object Model
      • The Java Platform
        • JDBC
        • Java Server Pages (JSP) and Servlets
        • Apache Tomcat
      • Web Database Processing with PHP
        • Web Database Processing with PHP and the NetBeans IDE
        • Getting Started with HTML Web Pages
        • The index.html Web Page
        • Creating the index.html Web Page
        • Using PHP
      • Web Page Examples with PHP
        • Example 1: Updating a Table
        • Example 2: Using PHP Data Objects (PDO)
        • Example 3: Invoking a Stored Procedure
        • Challenges for Web Database Processing
        • SQL Injection Attacks
      • Extensible Markup Language (XML)
        • The Importance of XML
        • XML as a Markup Language
      • Creating XML Documents from Database Data
        • Using the SQL SELECT . . . FOR XML Statement
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
    • Chapter 12: Big Data, Data Warehouses, and Business Intelligence Systems
      • Chapter Objectives
      • Business Intelligence Systems
      • The Relationship Between Operational and BI Systems
      • Reporting Systems and Data Mining Applications
        • Reporting Systems
        • Data Mining Applications
      • Data Warehouses and Data Marts
        • Components of a Data Warehouse
        • Data Warehouses Versus Data Marts
        • Dimensional Databases
      • Reporting Systems
        • RFM Analysis
        • OLAP
      • Data Mining
      • Distributed Database Processing
        • Types of Distributed Databases
        • Challenges of Distributed Databases
      • Object-Relational Databases
      • Virtualization
      • Cloud Computing
      • Big Data and the Not Only SQL Movement
        • Column Family Databases
        • MapReduce
        • Hadoop
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Project Questions
      • Case Questions
      • The Queen Anne Curiosity Shop
      • Morgan Importing
  • Appendices: ONLINE APPENDICES: SEE PAGE 610 FOR INSTRUCTIONS
  • Bibliography
  • Glossary
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    • F
    • G
    • H
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    • M
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • Q
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  • Index
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