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SQL Clearly Explained

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Refresh and try again. Ieda added it Apr 17, Harrington, author of more than claerly books on a variety of technical subjects, has been writing about databases since John rated it really liked it Oct 01, Overall, the book is sql clearly explained 3rd edition in as far as it goes, but suffers from the sheer size of the body of material.

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Sql clearly explained 3rd edition feed of book reviews only. Peng He is currently reading it Dec 16, Transaction Processing Jim Gray. Introduction to SQL Chapter 4: This part definitely felt as though it was included to tick the box for a student who needed to say they knew what SQL programming was without intending to get that far.


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Kesha Williams marked it as to-read Feb 01, This book is intended for working SQL programmers, database administrators, database designers, database analysts, and application system developers as well as those who are developing new features for database management systems who want to know about user needs. In part three of the book, the author moves on to managing database structures, kicking sql clearly explained 3rd edition with schemas, domains and tables so a novice would learn how to create entire databases using nothing but SQL commands.

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Good examples and full coverage of the SQL standard Cons: This section seemed a bit skimpy – only 50 pages – and in particular covered stored procedures in a single sentence. Simple SQL retrieval Chapter 5: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. As a result, the set of standard SQL commands has been greatly extended and this new edition takes that into account.

Tek Raj marked it as to-read Nov 07, Concepts and Techniques Jian Pei. Rawdha Mabrouki marked it sql clearly explained 3rd edition to-read Jun 23, Jan L Harrington Publisher: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Users, sessions, and transaction manipulation Chapter The same problem plagued the chapters on object-relational models, though what was explained sql clearly explained 3rd edition entertaining and well written. If you get a real understanding of sets and joins, unions, restrictions, then you’ve cracked a lot of how to select data. This focus on the background does mean you only meet actual SQL in part two of the book, 77 pages in.

Return to Book Page. The book gives a good general overview to most of the standard elements of SQL.

Russ added it Jan 16, Up and Running Regina Obe. Doesn’t go far enough for real-world use Reviewed by: SQL Computer program language.

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Jaya marked it as to-read Jun 10, clezrly Browse this book By table of contents. I felt this section of the book could have been longer with more examples, but what was there seemed pretty well explained. It has some interesting observations and good examples, and would probably work well for a student who needs to ‘know’ SQL rather than actually sql clearly explained 3rd edition to write SQL queries or manage a SQL database.