information system data is the basic resource of the organization. So, proper
management for data is required for organization to run smoothly. Database
deals the knowledge of how data stored and managed on a computerized information
system. In any
organization, it requires accurate and reliable data for better decision making,
ensuring privacy of
data and controlling data efficiently. The contents include: Introduction,
Disadvantages of file
oriented approach, Database, Why Database, Database Management System(DBMS),
DBMS, Advantages of DBMS and disadvantage of DBMS, Database Basics, Three level
DBMS, Database users, Database language, Database structure.
Database is a collection of interrelated
data and set of programs can access that system. The contents include: Conceptual Modeling,
Relational Approach,Basic Sql Query and Normalization, Transaction Management, Concurrency Control.
Author(s): Ms. K Radhika
Assistant Professor, Ms. P Navya Assistant Professor, Department of Computer
Science Engineering,Institute of Aeronautical Engineering
This note covers the
following topics: Traditional DDS, SQL Interface, Data Definition Language,
Advanced DML, Security and Admin, DB Connectivity, Query Manager, Object and Row
Locking, Save Files, Override DB Files.
This note explains the following topics: Quick Beginnings for DB2
Clients and Servers, Data Recovery and High Availability, Developing ADO.NET and
OLE DB Applications, Developing Embedded SQL Applications, Developing Java
Applications, Developing Perl and PHP Applications, Developing SQL and External
Routines , XML Extender Administration and Programming.
The contents include: Getting
started with MySQL, Data Types, SELECT, Backticks, NULL, Limit and Onset, Creating
databases, Using VariablesComment, MySQL, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE, ORDER BY, Group By,Joins,
UNION,Arithmetic, String operations, Date and Time Operations, Handling Time Zones,
Regular Expressions,VIEW, Table Creation, ALTER TABLE, Drop Table, Error codes, Stored routines,
Indexes and Keys, Full Text search, JSON, Extract values from JSON type, MySQL Admin, Configuration and
tuning, Events, ENUM, Character Sets and Collations, Converting from MyISAM to InnoDB, Log files
, Partitioning, Backup using mysqldump, mysqlimport, LOAD DATA INFILE, MySQL Unions, MySQL
client,Temporary Tables, Customize PS1, Dealing with sparse or missing data, Connecting
with UTF-8 Using Various Programming language, Time with subsecond precision, One to Many, Server
Information, SL Connection Setup, Create New User, Security via GRANTs, Change Password, Recover
and reset the default root password for MySQL 5.7+, Recover from lost root password, MySQL
Performance Tips,Performance Tuning.
MySQL is a free, open-source database engine available for all major platforms. (Technically, MySQL is a
relational database management system (RDBMS).) MySQL represents an excellent introduction to modern
database technology, as well as being a reliable mainstream database resource for
high-volume applications. The contents include: Introduction, First Steps, Make a Database, Make a Table,
Advanced Database Queries 1: People, Advanced Database Queries 2: ZIP Codes.
RAC Attack is a
free curriculum and platform for hands-on learning labs related to Oracle RAC
(cluster database). The goal of this workbook is to help students learn about
Oracle RAC cluster databases through guided examples.
This book is the official documentation of PostgreSQL. It is being written by the
PostgreSQL developers and other volunteers in parallel to the development of the PostgreSQL software.
It describes all the functionality that the current version of PostgreSQL officially supports.The
contents include: What is PostgreSQL?, A Brief History of PostgreSQL, Conventions, Further Information,
Bug Reporting Guidelines, Tutorial, The SQL Language, Server Administration, Client
Interfaces, Server Programming, Reference, Internals, Appendixes.
Author(s): The PostgreSQL Global Development Group
include:Getting started with Microsoft SQL Server, Data Types, Converting data types,
SELECT statement,Alias Names in SQL Server, NULLs, Variables, Dates, Generating a range of dates,
Database Snapshots, COALESCE, CASE Statement, INSERT INTO, MERGE, CREATE VIEW, Views,
UNION, WHILE loop, OVER Clause, GROUP BY, ORDER BY, The STUFF Function, JSON in SQL Server,
OPENJSON, FOR JSON, Queries with JSON data, Storing JSON in SQL tables, Modify JSON text, FOR
XML PATH, Join,cross apply, Computed Columns, Common Table Expressions, Move and copy data
around tables,Limit Result Set, Retrieve Information about your Instance, With Ties Option,
String Functions,Logical Functions, Aggregate Functions, String Aggregate functions in SQL
Server, Ranking Functions,Window functions, Dynamic SQL Pivot, Partitioning, Stored Procedures, Retrieve
information about the database, Split String function in SQL Server, Insert, Primary Keys, Foreign
Keys, Last Inserted Identity, Sequences, Index, Trigger, Cursors, Transaction isolation levels,
Advanced options,Migration, Table Valued Parameters, DBMAIL, Temporal Tables, Use of TEMP Table,
Scheduled Task Job, Isolation levels and locking, Privileges or Permissions, SQLCMD,
Resource Governor, File Group, Basic DDL Operations in MS SQL Server, Subqueries, Pagination, CLUSTERED
COLUMNSTORE,Parsename, Installing SQL Server on Windows, Analyzing a Query, Query Hints,
Query Store,Querying results by page, Schemas, Backup and Restore Database, Transaction
handling, Spatial Data, Dynamic SQL, Dynamic data masking, Common Language Runtime Integration,
Delimiting special characters and reserved words, DBCC, BULK Import, Service broker,
Permissions and Security,Database permissions, Encryption.
The contents include: Exactly what is a DBMS, Security
Management, Introducing SQL Server Manager System (SSMS), Administrative Tasks, Adding a new user,
Changing a password,Re-enabling a locked out account, Granting/Denying Access to a DB,
Granting/Denying Access to a Table, Creating a New Database, Deleting a Database, Creating a Table, Quick
Tutorial on Data Types, Deleting a Table, Setting the Primary Key, Backing Up the Database, Restoring a
Full Backup,Database Indexes Tutorial, Data Encryption.
Author(s): Tribal Data Workshop,CRITFC,