Database Management With Website Development Applications

ISBN-10: 0201743876
ISBN-13: 9780201743876
Edition: 2003
Authors: Greg Riccardi
List price: $115.60
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Book details

List price: $115.60
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/16/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 417
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Students taking database courses want to know how they'll apply the material to their careers. Database Management: With Web Site Development Applications presents databases in a way that is relevant to today's business environment by applying this information to a world dominated by the Internet. The book discusses basic databases concepts, as well as, how databases are used to support Web sites and organizations. This is the perfect book for students in Information Systems and Information Technology. The book provides a complete overview of the core database concepts for the design, creation, and manipulation of relational data. This material is discussed in the context of how databases are used in business. A running case study brings to life the basic concepts in the context of a video rental database. In this case study, Big Hit Video Inc., readers dissect an existing database to learn about database design, SQL, and the Entity-Relationship model. A second running case study, BigHit Online, allows students to apply database concepts by building an online video store one step at a time. Each chapter concludes with a Case in Point that applies the material from that chapter to BigHit Online. This case study follows the steps of the development process and helps students understand how design decisions that they make early effect what they do later on. The entire BigHit Online system is available on the Web with full source code and sample SQL Server database. After complete coverage of important database concepts, the book discusses how to develop dynamic Web sites with Web applications that interact with databases. Students learn principles of using HTML and CSS to display database information and learn how to design an interactive Web site. They implement their Web sites using SQL Server, JavaScript, Active Server Pages, and HTML. All of this material is accompanied by extensive examples and working Web sites.

Introduction to Information Technology and the World Wide Web
Introduction to Information Systems
What Are Information Systems and Databases?
Why Are Databases Important?
How Do Databases Represent Information?
Who Works with Database Systems?
How Do Databases Support the World Wide Web?
What Database Concepts and Terms Do You Need to Know?
An overview of Internet Architecture and Tools
The Web: What Does It Consist Of?
Web Pages and HTML
Web and Information Servers
A Close Look at a Sample Web Site
Designing and Specifying Information Systems
Representing Information with Data Models
Data Models
Discovering and Specifying Information Requirements and Terminology
Organizing Information
Relationships and Relationship Types
Case in Point: Determining entity classes, attributes and relationship types for video sales
Designing Entity-Relationship Models
Entity-Relationship Modeling
Entity-Relationship Diagrams
Modeling Video Rentals
Roles in Relationship Types
An E-R Model for BigHit Video
Object-Oriented Data Models
Case in Point: E-R model for video sales for BigHit Video
Designing and Creating Relational Databases
Developing Relational Data Models
Introduction to the Relational Model
A Closer Look at Relation Schemas and Keys
Translating E-R Diagrams to Relation Schemas
Representing Entity Classes as Relation Schemas
Representing composite, multi-valued, and derived attributes
Composite Attributes
Multi-valued Attributes
Derived Attributes
Representing Relationship Types as Attributes
One-to-many Relationship types
One-to-one Relationship types
Representing One-to-One Relationships by Merging Entities
Representing Many-to-Many Relationships as Tables
Representing Weak Entity Classes
Representing Inheritance as Tables
Case in Point: Relational model for video sales for BigHit Video
Defining Relational Databases with Microsoft Access
Creating an Access Database
Creating Tables in Access
Creating Forms from Tables
Configuring Access for Multiple Users
Specifying Relationship Types in Access
Case in Point: Creating an Access database for Bighit Online Video Sales
Improving Relational Schemas and Normalization
Redundancy and Anomalies in Relation Schemas
Functional Dependencies Between Attributes
Superkeys and Keys
Inferring Additional Functional Dependencies
Determining Keys from Functional Dependencies
Normalization
Third Normal Form (3NF)
Boyce-Codd Normal Form (BCNF)
Case in Point: Normalization of a Car Registration
Manipulating Relational Information
Manipulating Database Content with Relational Algebra and Microsoft Access
Manipulating Information in Relational Databases
Projection Queries
Selection Queries
Product Queries
Queries with multiple join
Combining Relational Operations
Defining Complex Queries with Microsoft Access
Applying Set Operators to Tables
Creating User Interfaces in Access
Case in Point: A Video Rental Checkout Form
Using SQL to Manipulate Database Content and Structure
Using SQL Select Statements for Queries
Modifying Database Content with SQL
Creating and Manipulating Schemas with SQL
Case in Point: Manipulating BigHit Online Information with SQL
Creating Interactive Web Sites
Presenting Information on the Web with HTML
Introduction to HTML
Example of an HTML Document
Anchor tags, URLs, and references to other documents
Presenting information in tables

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