Simply SQL

The Fun and Easy Way to Learn Best-Practice SQL

Author: Rudy Limeback

Publisher: SitePoint

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Category: Computers

Page: 318

View: 741

Packed with examples, Simply SQL is a step-by-step introduction to learning SQL. You'll discover how easy it is to use SQL to interact with best-practice, robust databases. Rather than bore you with theory, it focuses on the practical use of SQL with common databases and uses plenty of diagrams, easy-to-read text, and examples to help make learning SQL easy and fun. Step through the basic SQL syntax Learn how to use best practices in database design Master advanced syntax like inner joins, groups, and subqueries Understand the SQL datatypes And much more...

Oracle PL/SQL Best Practices

Write the Best PL/SQL Code of Your Life

Author: Steven Feuerstein

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 294

View: 871

In this compact book, Steven Feuerstein, widely recognized as one of the world's leading experts on the Oracle PL/SQL language, distills his many years of programming, teaching, and writing about PL/SQL into a set of best practices-recommendations for developing successful applications. Covering the latest Oracle release, Oracle Database 11gR2, Feuerstein has rewritten this new edition in the style of his bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming. The text is organized in a problem/solution format, and chronicles the programming exploits of developers at a mythical company called My Flimsy Excuse, Inc., as they write code, make mistakes, and learn from those mistakes-and each other. This book offers practical answers to some of the hardest questions faced by PL/SQL developers, including: What is the best way to write the SQL logic in my application code? How should I write my packages so they can be leveraged by my entire team of developers? How can I make sure that all my team's programs handle and record errors consistently? Oracle PL/SQL Best Practices summarizes PL/SQL best practices in nine major categories: overall PL/SQL application development; programming standards; program testing, tracing, and debugging; variables and data structures; control logic; error handling; the use of SQL in PL/SQL; building procedures, functions, packages, and triggers; and overall program performance. This book is a concise and entertaining guide that PL/SQL developers will turn to again and again as they seek out ways to write higher quality code and more successful applications. "This book presents ideas that make the difference between a successful project and one that never gets off the ground. It goes beyond just listing a set of rules, and provides realistic scenarios that help the reader understand where the rules come from. This book should be required reading for any team of Oracle database professionals." --Dwayne King, President, KRIDAN Consulting

Beginning T-SQL with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008

Author: Paul Turley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 676

View: 638

If you've not programmed with Transact-SQL, this book is for you.It begins with an overview of SQL Server query operations and tools used with T-SQL, and covers both the 2005 and 2008 releases of SQL Server query tools and the query editor. The book then moves to show you how to design and build applications of increasing complexity. Other important tasks covered include full text indexing, optimizing query performance, and application design and security considerations. The companion website also provides all of the code examples from the book.

Pro Oracle SQL Development

Best Practices for Writing Advanced Queries

Author: Jon Heller

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 596

View: 247

Write SQL statements that are more powerful, simpler, and faster using Oracle SQL and its full range of features. This book provides a clearer way of thinking about SQL by building sets, and provides practical advice for using complex features while avoiding anti-patterns that lead to poor performance and wrong results. Relevant theories, real-world best practices, and style guidelines help you get the most out of Oracle SQL. Pro Oracle SQL Development is for anyone who already knows Oracle SQL and is ready to take their skills to the next level. Many developers, analysts, testers, and administrators use Oracle databases frequently, but their queries are limited because they do not have the knowledge, experience, or right environment to help them take full advantage of Oracle’s advanced features. This book will inspire you to achieve more with your Oracle SQL statements through tips for creating your own style for writing simple, yet powerful, SQL. It teaches you how to think about and solve performance problems in Oracle SQL, and covers advanced topics and shows you how to become an Oracle expert. What You'll Learn Understand the power of Oracle SQL and where to apply it Create a database development environment that is simple, scalable, and conducive to learning Solve complex problems that were previously solved in a procedural language Write large Oracle SQL statements that are powerful, simple, and fast Apply coding styles to make your SQL statements more readable Tune large Oracle SQL statements to eliminate and avoid performance problems Who This Book Is For Developers, testers, analysts, and administrators who want to harness the full power of Oracle SQL to solve their problems as simply and as quickly as possible. For traditional database professionals the book offers new ways of thinking about the language they have used for so long. For modern full stack developers the book explains how a database can be much more than simply a place to store data.

The Guru's Guide to Transact-SQL

Author: Ken Henderson

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 592

View: 378

Since its introduction over a decade ago, the Microsoft SQL Server query language, Transact-SQL, has become increasingly popular and more powerful. The current version sports such advanced features as OLE Automation support, cross-platform querying facilities, and full-text search management. This book is the consummate guide to Microsoft Transact-SQL. From data type nuances to complex statistical computations to the bevy of undocumented features in the language, The Guru's Guide to Transact-SQL imparts the knowledge you need to become a virtuoso of the language as quickly as possible. In this book, you will find the information, explanations, and advice you need to master Transact-SQL and develop the best possible Transact-SQL code. Some 600 code examples not only illustrate important concepts and best practices, but also provide working Transact-SQL code that can be incorporated into your own real-world DBMS applications. Your journey begins with an introduction explaining language fundamentals such as database and table creation, inserting and updating data, queries, joins, data presentation, and managing transactions. Moving on to more advanced topics, the journey continues with in-depth coverage of: Transact-SQL performance tuning using tools such as Query Analyzer and Performance Monitor Nuances of the various T-SQL data types Complex statistical calculations such as medians, modes, and sliding aggregates Run, sequence, and series identification and interrogation Advanced Data Definition Language (DDL) and Data Management Language (DML) techniques Stored procedure and trigger best practices and coding methods Transaction management Optimal cursor use and caveats to look out for Full-text search Hierarchies and arrays Administrative Transact-SQL OLE Automation More than 100 undocumented commands and language features, including numerous unpublished DBCC command verbs, trace flags, stored procedures, and functions Comprehensive, written in understandable terms, and full of practical information and examples, The Guru's Guide to Transact-SQL is an indispensable reference for anyone working with this database development language. The accompanying CD-ROM includes the complete set of code examples found in the book as well as a SQL programming environment that will speed the development of your own top-notch Transact-SQL code.

Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Administration

Real-World Skills for MCSA Certification and Beyond (Exams 70-461, 70-462, and 70-463)

Author: Tom Carpenter

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 936

View: 842

Implement, maintain, and repair SQL Server 2012databases As the most significant update since 2008, Microsoft SQL Server2012 boasts updates and new features that are critical tounderstand. Whether you manage and administer SQL Server 2012 orare planning to get your MCSA: SQL Server 2012 certification, thisbook is the perfect supplement to your learning and preparation.From understanding SQL Server's roles to implementing businessintelligence and reporting, this practical book explores tasks andscenarios that a working SQL Server DBA faces regularly and showsyou step by step how to handle them. Includes practice exams and coverage of exam objectives forthose seeking MSCA: SQL Server 2012 certification Explores the skills you'll need on the job as a SQL Server 2012DBA Discusses designing and implementing database solutions Walks you through administrating, maintaining, and securing SQLServer 2012 Addresses implementing high availability and datadistribution Includes bonus videos where the author walks you through someof the more difficult tasks expected of a DBA Featuring hands-on exercises and real-world scenarios, thisresource guides you through the essentials of implementing,maintaining, and repairing SQL Server 2012 databases.

Advanced Oracle PL/SQL

Programming with Packages

Author:

Publisher: Oreilly & Associates Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 661

View: 787

Demonstrates how to construct and properly build PL/SQL packages, providing a full-use shareware version of PL/Vision and a library of dozens of packages written by the author on the companion disk. Original. (Advanced).

Practical Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2005

Author: John Christian Hancock

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 412

View: 375

Describes how to use SQL Server 2005 to solve a variety of business intelligence problems.

PC

The Independent Guide to IBM Personal Computers

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Category: IBM microcomputers

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PC Magazine

The Independent Guide to IBM-standard Personal Computing

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Category: IBM Personal Computer

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View: 444