Sql For Db2

29th Street Press

Sql For Db2

  • Publish Date: 2009-01-16
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: James Cooper & Paul Conte
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This focused, comprehensive textbook provides start-to-finish coverage of SQL for DB2. Whether you re a college student studying SQL for DB2 for the first time or a professional developer who needs to learn SQL for DB2, this book covers all the basics necessary for success. The purpose of any database book is to learn how to develop databases effectively and precisely without the need for a lot of complicated jargon. This book delivers on that promise by focusing on the skill set necessary to develop well-designed DB2 databases. SQL for DB2 covers the core requirements of a traditional database course. Topics are presented in an accessible, easy-to-learn manner with numerous examples and tips. End-of-chapter materials include a chapter summary, list of key terms, and hands-on exercises that put the concepts to work. SQL for DB2 builds on the foundation of its widely acclaimed predecessor, SQL/400 Developer s Guide, to provide an up-to-date introduction to SQL for DB2 for today s students and professionals. All chapters have been refreshed, with improved organization throughout. Examples have been updated, and new material has been added. This new edition includes: *New chapters introducing DB2 and System i Navigator *Expanded coverage of single- and multiple-table queries *Expanded coverage of updating databases with SQL *An expanded discussion of normalization Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction to DB2 Chapter 2 Introduction to SQL Chapter 3 Single-Table Queries Chapter 4 Introduction to Data Modeling and Database Design Chapter 5 Logical Data Modeling Chapter 6 Entity Relationship Diagram Chapter 7 Normalization Chapter 8 Physical Database Design Chapter 9 Database Constraints Chapter 10 Multiple Table Queries Chapter 11 Views and Indexes Chapter 12 Updating Tables Chapter 13 Static and Dynamic Embedded Statements Chapter 14 SQL Cursors and Result Sets Chapter 15 The Create SQL Program Command Chapter 16 Using SQL in RPG Programs Chapter 17 Triggers Chapter 18 Additional SQL Topics Chapter 19 Database Security and Grant and Revoke Statements

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