By Ying Bai
A novel method of constructing and utilizing databases with visible C#.NET
Practical Database Programming with visible C#.NET essentially explains the concerns and functions in database programming with visible C#.NET 2008 and in constructing relational databases corresponding to Microsoft entry, SQL Server, and Oracle Database. Sidestepping the conventional method of utilizing huge blocks of code, Ying Bai makes use of either layout instruments and Wizards supplied by means of visible Studio.NET and real-time item easy methods to include over sixty actual pattern database programming initiatives besides specified illustrations and reasons to aid readers comprehend the major concepts and programming applied sciences in database programming. This necessary source features:*
Fundamental and complicated database programming innovations for starting and skilled scholars in addition to programmers*
A actual accomplished pattern database CSE_DEPT with 3 models (Microsoft entry 2007, SQL Server 2005 SP2, and Oracle Database 10g XE unencumber 2) used through the whole ebook*
Step-by-step information on designing and development a realistic relational database*
Discussion and research of the hot database question method, LINQ API—which comprises LINQ to things, LINQ to DataSet, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to Entities, and LINQ to XML—and implementation in real tasks with line-by-line clarification*
Homework and chosen ideas for every bankruptcy to bolster and increase studying and figuring out*
An Instructor's handbook (MS PPT), instance codes and workout questions, homework/exercise ideas, and database initiatives to be had at no cost obtain*
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Readers who will gain hugely from this reference are undergraduate or graduate scholars majoring in desktop technological know-how and engineering, graduate scholars in all engineering departments, and software program engineers and researchers in educational and business fields.
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Inserting a duplicate value for the primary key ﬁeld will fail. 2 Candidate Key There can be more than one attribute that uniquely identiﬁes an instance of an entity. These are referred to as candidate keys. Any one of them can serve as a primary key. For example, ID Number as well as Social Security Number may make a suitable primary key. Candidate keys that are not used as primary key are called alternate keys. 3 Foreign Keys and Referential Integrity Foreign keys are used to create relationships between tables.
An instance of the Faculty entity will be Alice Brown and her attributes. Relationships A database is made up of related entities. There is a natural association between the entities; it is referred to as relationship. For example, • Students take courses. • Departments offer certain courses. • Employees are assigned to departments. The number of occurrences of one entity associated with single occurrence of a related entity is referred to as cardinality. Attributes Each entity has properties or values called attributes associated with it.
Physical Design Develop physical data structures; specify ﬁle organization, and data storage. Take into consideration the availability of various resources including hardware and software. This phase overlaps with the implementation phase. It involves the programming of the database taking into account the limitations of the DBMS used. 5. Implementation Choose the DBMS that will fulﬁll user needs. Implement the physical design. Perform testing. Modify if necessary or until the database functions satisfactorily.