Relational Databases: Concepts, Design, and Administration
McGraw-Hill, 1991 - 294 pages
A practical approach to everyday management of the relational database environment. This book emphasizes database performance issues and standards, and provides specific techniques for effectively auditing the DB2 environment.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Introduction to the Database Environment
Data Models and Data Structures
18 other sections not shown
Common terms and phrases
activities administration allows application application programs areas associated attributes authorization base buffer called changes checking clause columns combined command constraints contains cost create data dictionary data model database design database environment DBMS DBMSs defined definition DELETE DEPARTMENT dependent determine diagrams distributed DROP EMPLOYEE ensure entity example exist fields Figure foreign key function identify implementation indicates INSERT integrity INVOICE join languages lock logical normal form NULL objects operations option organization performance physical planning primary key problems processing query records reference referential integrity relational relationship represented requirements resource result retrieve rows rules SELECT sharing single specify standards statement storage stored structure STUDENT table space third tion transaction unique UPDATE
References to this book
DB2 Universal Database V8 Handbook for Windows, Unix, and Linux
Philip K. Gunning
No preview available - 2003