Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design and Implementation: United States Edition
Edition 8 ed
Publication Date 1 Jan 2002
OverviewFor undergraduate courses in Database Design, Introduction to Database Processing, Database Management and Design in departments of Business, Information Systems and Applied Computer Science. Database Processing, 8/E provides a solid, modern foundation in the fundamentals of database processing. *NEW - Three-chapter discussion of the management of multi-user databases - Including basic concepts, Oracle, and SQL Server 2000. *Provides knowledge and experience with the DBMS products that students will most likely encounter after graduation. *NEW - Latest Internet standards for database processing - Including multi-tier architecture and XML Schema. *Enables students to understand the characteristics of database publishing using Internet technology while at the same time learning the most up-to-date standards. *NEW - Full chapter coverage of ODBC, OLE DB, ADO, ASP, and other Microsoft technology for database publishing. *Shows students how to publish databases using Microsoft technology. *NEW - Up-to-date coverage of Java, JDBC, and JSP for publishing databases using Java technology. *Helps students balance knowledge of Microsoft technology with discussions of database publishing using Java with Linux, Apache/Tomcat, and MySQL. *NEW - Fundamentals introduced in Chapter 2 via Microsoft Access 2002. *Gives students an overall perspective of the nature and use of databases and shows them features of the latest version of Microsoft Access. *NEW - Oracle 8i or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or Visible Analyst 7.5 - Available to be packaged with the text. The entire Oracle 8i database family is designed for power and ease in Internet development and deployment. Visible Analyst 7.5 is an integrated application development tool that provides graphical analysis and design capabilities in one easy-to-use package. Microsoft SQL Server 2000 is a 120-day evaluation copy.