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Easy SQL Programming & Database Management for Beginners, Your Step-By-Step Guide to Learning the SQL Database

Author: Felix Alvaro

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781539916055

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Page: 194

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Learn SQL Programming And Database Management Today With This Easy Step-By-Step Guide! Do you want learn SQL Programming? Do you want to understand how to manage databases without getting overwhelmed by complicated jargons and lingos? If so, "Easy SQL Programming & Database Management For Beginners. Your Step-By-Step Guide To Learning The SQL Database" by Felix Alvaro is THE book for you! It covers the most essential topics you must learn to begin programming with SQL. SQL is a software language that is powerful yet simple, flexible, portable and, most of all, integrated into numerous database applications. The current trend now is to become more digital in managing databases. As I mention in this guide, deciding to become a database professional will definitely promise you a secured job with a potential high remuneration or well-paid freelance work. On the average, an entry-level database analyst in the United States earns an annual salary of around $92,000 USD. What Separates This Book From The Rest? What separates this book from all the others out there is the approach to teaching. A lot of the books you will stumble upon simply throw information at you, leaving you confused and stuck. We believe that books of this nature should be easy to grasp and written in jargon-free English you can understand, making you feel confident and allowing you to grasp each topic with ease. To help you achieve this, the guide has been crafted in a step-by-step manner which we feel is the best way for you to learn a new subject, one step at a time. It also includes various images to give you assurance you are going in the right direction, as well as having exercises where you can proudly practice your newly attained skills. You Will Learn The Following: The history of SQL and its uses The fundamentals of Relational Databases and Database Management Systems The SQL Structure The SQL Data Types Data Definition Language Statements Data Manipulation Language Statements Data Query Language Statements Transactional Control Commands Working with Database Views Enhancing Database Designs Using Primary and Foreign Keys, Indexs and Normalization Understanding Cursors, Triggers and Errors And much more! This guide also includes exercises throughout to give you practice, and Chapter 12 is focused solely on providing you exercises to let you practice what you have learnt. As a wise-man once said: "Practice makes perfect." So don't delay it any longer. Take this opportunity and invest in this guide now. You will be amazed by the skills you will quickly attain! Order Your Copy Now! See you inside!
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Step By Step Database Programming with JDBC and PostgreSQL

A beginner's guide to building high-performance PostgreSQL database solutions

Author: Vivian Siahaan,Rismon Hasiholan Sianipar

Publisher: SPARTA Publishing

ISBN: N.A

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Page: 221

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PostgreSQL was designed to run on UNIX-like platforms. However, PostgreSQL was then also designed to be portable so that it could run on various platforms such as Mac OS X, Solaris, and Windows. PostgreSQL is free and open source software. Its source code is available under PostgreSQL license, a liberal open source license. You are free to use, modify and distribute PostgreSQL in any form. PostgreSQL requires very minimum maintained efforts because of its stability. Therefore, if you develop applications based on PostgreSQL, the total cost of ownership is low in comparison with other database management systems. In Chapter 2, you will learn querying data from the postgresql using jdbc including establishing a database connection, creating a statement object, executing the query, processing the resultset object, querying data using a statement that returns multiple rows, querying data using a statement that has parameters, inserting data into a table using jdbc, updating data in postgresql database using jdbc, calling postgresql stored function using jdbc, deleting data from a postgresql table using jdbc, and postgresql jdbc transaction. In Chapter 3, you will learn managing table structure and views including postgresql data types, postgresql create table, postgresql select into statement, postgresql create table as, using postgresql serial to create auto-increment column, identity column, alter table, drop table, truncate table, check constraint, not-null constraint, foreign key, primary key, unique constraint, managing postgresql views, creating updatable views, materialized views, creating updatable views using the with check option clause, and recursive view. In Chapter 4, you will learn statements, operators, and clauses including select, order by, select distinct, limit, fetch, in, between, postgresql like, is null, alias, joins, inner join, postgresql left join, self-join, full outer join, cross join, natural join, group by, having, intersect operator, except operator, grouping sets, cube, and rollup. In Chapter 5, you will learn postgresql trigger, aggregate, and string functions including creating the first trigger in postgresql, managing postgresql trigger, aggregate functions, avg function, max function, min function, sum function, postgresql concat function, ascii function, trim function, length function, substring function, regexp_matches function, regexp_replace function, replace function, to_number function, and to_char function.
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SQL Queries for Mere Mortals

A Hands-on Guide to Data Manipulation in SQL

Author: John L. Viescas,Michael James Hernandez

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 0321444434

Category: Computers

Page: 631

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"SQL Queries for Mere Mortals" can help new users learn the foundations of SQL queries, and will prove to be an essential reference for intermediate and advanced users. The accompanying CD-ROM contains five sample databases used for the example queries throughout the book in four different formats.
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Beginning T-SQL with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008

Author: Paul Turley,Dan Wood

Publisher: LibreDigital

ISBN: 9780470440483

Category: Computers

Page: 750

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Transact-SQL, or T-SQL, is Microsoft Corporation’s powerful implementation of the ANSI standard SQL database query language, which was designed to retrieve, manipulate, and add data to relational database management systems (RDBMS). You may already have a basic idea of what SQL is used for, but you may not have a good understanding of the concepts behind relational databases and the purpose of SQL. This book will help you build a solid foundation of understanding, beginning with core relational database concepts and continuing to reinforce those concepts with real-world T-SQL query applications. If you are familiar with relational database concepts but are new to Microsoft SQL Server or the T-SQL language, this book will teach you the basics from the ground up. If you’re familiar with earlier versions of SQL Server, it will get you up-to-speed on the newest features. And if you know SQL Server 2005, you’ll learn about some exciting new capabilities in SQL Server 2008. Information Technology professionals in many different roles use T-SQL. Our goal is to provide a guide and a reference for IT pros across the spectrum of operational database solution design, database application development, and reporting and business intelligence solutions. Database solution designers will find this book to be a thorough introduction and comprehensive reference for all aspects of database modeling, design, object management, query design, and advanced query concepts. Application developers who write code to manage and consume SQL Server data will benefit from our thorough coverage of basic data management and simple and advanced query design. Several examples of ready-to-use code are provided to get you started and to continue to support applications with embedded T-SQL queries. Report designers will find this book to be a go-to reference for report query design. You will build on a thorough introduction to basic query concepts and learn to write efficient queries to support business reports and advanced analytics. Finally, database administrators who are new to SQL Server will find this book to be an all-inclusive introduction and reference of mainstream topics. This can assist you as you support the efforts of other team members. Beyond the basics of database object management and security concepts, we recommend Beginning SQL Server 2005 Administration and Beginning SQL Server 2008 Administration from Wrox, co-authored in part by the same authors. This book introduces the T-SQL language and its many uses, and serves as a comprehensive guide at a beginner through intermediate level. Our goal in writing this book was to cover all the basics thoroughly and to cover the most common applications of T-SQL at a deeper level. Depending on your role and skill level, this book will serve as a companion to the other Wrox books in the Microsoft SQL Server Beginning and Professional series.. This book will help you to learn: How T-SQL provides you with the means to create tools for managing databases of different size, scope, and purpose Various programming techniques that use views, user-defined functions, and stored procedures Ways to optimize query performance How to create databases that will be an essential foundation to applications you develop later Each section of this book organizes topics into logical groups so the book can be read cover-to-cover or can be used as a reference guide for specific topics. We start with an introduction to the T-SQL language and data management systems, and then continue with the SQL Server product fundamentals. This first section teaches the essentials of the SQL Server product architecture and relational database design principles. This section (Chapters 1–3) concludes with an introduction to the SQL Server administrator and developer tools. The next section, encompassing Chapters 4 through 9, introduces the T-SQL language and teaches the core components of data retrieval, SQL functions, aggregation and grouping, and multi-table queries. We start with the basics and build on the core structure of the SQL SELECT statement, progressing to advanced forms of SELECT queries. Chapter 10 introduces transactions and data manipulation. You will learn how the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements interact with the relational database engine and transaction log to lock and modify data rows with guaranteed consistency. You will not only learn to use correct SQL syntax but will understand how this process works in simple terms. More advanced topics in the concluding section will teach you to create and manage T-SQL programming objects, including views, functions, and stored procedures. You learn to optimize query performance and use T-SQL in application design, applying the query design basics to real-world business solutions. Chapter 15 contains a complete tutorial on using SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services to visualize data from the T-SQL queries you create. The book concludes with a comprehensive set of reference appendixes for command syntax, system stored procedures, information schema views, file system commands, and system management commands. The material in this book applies to all editions of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008. To use all the features discussed, we recommend that you install the Developer Edition, although you can also use the Enterprise, Standard, or Workgroup editions. SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition or SQL Server 2008 Developer Edition can be installed on a desktop computer running Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista. You can also use Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Server 2008 with the Enterprise or Standard edition. The SQL Server client tools must be installed on your desktop computer and the SQL Server relational database server must be installed on either your desktop computer or on a remote server with network connectivity and permission to access. Consult www.microsoft.com/sql for information about the latest service packs, specific compatibilities, and minimum recommend system requirements. The examples throughout this book use the following sample databases, which are available to download from Microsoft: the sample database for SQL Server 2005 is called AdventureWorks, and the sample database for SQL Server 2008 is called AdventureWorks2008. Because the structure of these databases differs significantly, separate code samples are provided throughout the book for these two version-specific databases. An example using the AdventureWorks2008DW database for SQL Server 2008 is also used in Chapter 15.
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Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Business Intelligence Development Beginner’s Guide

Author: Reza Rad

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1849688893

Category: Computers

Page: 350

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Written in an easy-to-follow, example-driven format, there are plenty of stepbystep instructions to help get you started! The book has a friendly approach, with the opportunity to learn by experimenting. If you are a BI and Data Warehouse developer new to Microsoft Business Intelligence, and looking to get a good understanding of the different components of Microsoft SQL Server for Business Intelligence, this book is for you. It’s assumed that you will have some experience in databases systems and T-SQL. This book is will give you a good upshot view of each component and scenarios featuring the use of that component in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence systems.
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Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring

Author: Robert Davis,Ken Simmons

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1430224231

Category: Computers

Page: 400

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This book on mirroring complements Apress’s upcoming book on failover clustering. Taken together, the books deliver the most authoritative content for those charged with the demanding task of keeping their SQL Server databases up and running all of the time.
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Fluent OpenCV-Python GUI with SQL Server

Building Responsive, Powerful Cross-platform, and Database-Driven Applications with PyQt

Author: Vivian Siahaan,Rismon Hasiholan Sianipar

Publisher: SPARTA PUBLISHING

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 258

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This book is SQL Server version of our previous works. This book consists of a series of step-by-step tutorials for creating mini projects in integrating pyqt, python, opencv, and SQL Server database. By studying this book, you will understand how to program python GUIs involving opencv and databases in applications. This book is suitable for beginners, students, engineers, and even researchers in a variety of disciplines. No advanced programming experience is needed, and only a few school-level programming skills are needed. In the first chapter, you will learn to use several widgets in PyQt5: Display a welcome message; Use the Radio Button widget; Grouping radio buttons; Displays options in the form of a check box; and Display two groups of check boxes. In chapter two, you will learn to use the following topics: Using Signal / Slot Editor; Copy and place text from one Line Edit widget to another; Convert data types and make a simple calculator; Use the Spin Box widget; Use scrollbars and sliders; Using the Widget List; Select a number of list items from one Widget List and display them on another Widget List widget; Add items to the Widget List; Perform operations on the Widget List; Use the Combo Box widget; Displays data selected by the user from the Calendar Widget; Creating a hotel reservation application; and Display tabular data using Table Widgets. In chapter three, you will create dan configure database. In this chapter, you will create Suspect table in crime database. This table has eleven columns: suspect_id (primary key), suspect_name, birth_date, case_date, report_date, suspect_ status, arrest_date, mother_name, address, telephone, and photo. You will also create GUI to display, edit, insert, and delete for this table. In chapter four, you will create a table with the name Feature_Extraction, which has eight columns: feature_id (primary key), suspect_id (foreign key), feature1, feature2, feature3, feature4, feature5, and feature6. The six fields (except keys) will have VARBINARY(MAX) data type. You will also create GUI to display, edit, insert, and delete for this table. In chapter five, you will create two tables, Police and Investigator. The Police table has six columns: police_id (primary key), province, city, address, telephone, and photo. The Investigator table has eight columns: investigator_id (primary key), investigator_name, rank, birth_date, gender, address, telephone, and photo. You will also create GUI to display, edit, insert, and delete for both tables. In chapter six, you will create two tables, Victim and Case_File. The Victim table has nine columns: victim_id (primary key), victim_name, crime_type, birth_date, crime_date, gender, address, telephone, and photo. The Case_File table has seven columns: case_file_id (primary key), suspect_id (foreign key), police_id (foreign key), investigator_id (foreign key), victim_id (foreign key), status, and description. You will create GUI to display, edit, insert, and delete for both tables as well.
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Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, and CSS

A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites

Author: Robin Nixon

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449319262

Category: Computers

Page: 556

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Provides information on creating interactive Web sites using a combination of PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, and CSS.
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