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by Thomas Connolly,Carolyn Begg

eBook Database Systems with Access Code download ISBN: 0321213254
Author: Thomas Connolly,Carolyn Begg
Publisher: Imprint unknown (October 1, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1500 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Databases and Big Data

by Thomas Connolly (Author), Carolyn Begg (Author).

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Thomas M. Connolly, Carolyn E. Begg. Then, the authors apply this methodology to worked examples so students learn to design and build applications using a leading commercial database system. Also, a central, realistic case study is integrated throughout the text to provide an understanding of the issues involved. Pearson Education, 2005 - 1374. In this book, database design methodology is explicitly divided into three phases: conceptual, logical, and physical. Each phase is described in a separate chapter with an example of the methodology working in practice.

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Carolyn Begg, Thomas Connolly, Richard Holowczak. Business Database Systems arms you with the knowledge to analyse, design and implement effective, robust and successful databases. This book is ideal for students of Business/Management Information Systems, or Computer Science, who will be expected to take a course in database systems for their degree programme. It is also excellently suited to any practitioner who needs to learn, or refresh their knowledge of, the essentials of database management systems.

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Comments: (7)
This book opened the doors of relational database management systems to me. Prior to reading it I had some general experience with MySQL but an incomplete understanding of the subject. Much to my surprise I found I really liked working with a RDBMS's so I began searching for a book that would give me a solid introdcution to the theory and practice. I think this book fit the bill. After reading it I was ready to tackle a data migration project from Unify to Informix. Now I work as a database programmer. I have since purchased and read other RDBMS books about Informix (the RDBMS I have worked most with) but I find that I still refer to this text from time to time to clear up some minor points of confusion. This book will not make you an expert with RDBMS's but it will give you the background necessary to build up your confidence so you can tackle other tasks. At times the prose can be a bit drawn out but those sections are few and far between. Be advised though that this book uses conceptual/practical approach to database design. While it provide some examples using MS Access and Oracle I find the conceptual discussions more interesting and indeed more useful. With this foundation I was able to begin working with Informix Dynamic Server-an RDBMS that is clearly not the focus of this book.
This text is relatively good book on database systems. In my opinion, it should not be the first book you read on the topic. Also, chapter organization could/should be done other way.
Whatever the case, this text revolves around use of UML in database modeling, which is not my favorite tool for this time. I like ERDs and what's more foot-crow ERDs. So, I couldn't find any in this text. But, since authors say that UML is pretty much becoming a standard and many people would agree with them, I will keep my preference for crows-foot ERD to myslef.
This text covers topics like: distributed systems, transaction management, and web technologies. These are not the easiest topics and reader should have some previous knowledge of databases before getting to this book.
A very good book for conceptual courses. Goes over DB concepts heavily such as normalization, UML mapping, entity-relationship mapping. However, I found it to be way too long and lacking in real world DBA/DB architect information. All in all, a great book to introduce new students to the "concepts and ideas" of databases but don't expect to gain any practical knowledge that can be used in the field.
I find the explanations in the book hard to follow. Sometime the explanations refer to a table or diagram chapter(s) away and talk about it as if it was just a page flip away (ex:chapter 17 refer to a diagram in chapter 13). Explanation to some examples or topics are are minimal (ex: chapter 8).
For school this was a great book. It was a required book and I thought it was going to get stuck in just teaching SQL or how to program in SQL. That was not the case. This teaches you how to think like a database admin, architect, user, .. etc. It covers all aspects you need to know about Databases and plus a little of the database languages out there. Yet its focus was to teach you how a and what a database and how to set one up and keep it functional.
Got this for my girlfriend for her DB classes, this book really made the concepts really easy to understand and made databases simple especially for someone who is new to the subject. It is also a good book to read for those who need to get back in touch with they database theory.
I doesnot have appendix F to H
as described - recommended seller