Database Solutions: A step-by-step guide to building databases

Thomas Connolly, Carolyn Begg, "Database Solutions: A step-by-step guide to building databases"
Ad..on-W.sley | 1999 | ISBN: 0201674769 | 448 pages | Djvu | 7,3 mb

Do you carry the world on your shoulders? Does every request for a new business system from Senior Management land on your desk? Are you responsible for designing and creating the databases that keep your business running? Would you like to make the design and build process smoother, quicker and more reliable?
Recipe for disaster:
Take one RDMS
Follow instructions on packet
Recipe for success:
Take one RDMS n any of the major commercial products will do***Oracle***Informix***SQL Server***Access***Paradox
Add one thorough reading of Database Solutions if you are an inexperienced database designer, or one recap of the methodology if you are an old hand
Use the design and implementation frameworks to plan your timetable
Measure out a common data model that fits your requirements and adapt as necessary
Weigh up advice and tips from the authors - experienced professionals
Make life easy. Look in this book and CD-ROM for:
Step-by-step instructions on designing and building databases
Advice and tips on building a successful database
Comprehensive guidance on avoiding pitfalls and traps
How to create data models using the new design notation, UML (with appendices mapping to Chen's notation and the Crow's Feet notation)
Shortcuts: 15 sample data models to adapt to your needs, chosen from 7 common business areas, plus SQL scripts for each
Two full length, coded example databases written on Microsoft Access 97 and Oracle 8
Evaluation copy of Rational's UML visual modelling tool, Rose.

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