The ultimate guide to designing with Oracle8's Object-Relational Model. The authors show users how to implement the concepts in the real world--teaching how to fully exploit the Object-oriented capabilities of Oracle8. They cover the often neglected areas of database design system requirements, like changes to records, data entry errors, and basic ...Read MoreThe ultimate guide to designing with Oracle8's Object-Relational Model. The authors show users how to implement the concepts in the real world--teaching how to fully exploit the Object-oriented capabilities of Oracle8. They cover the often neglected areas of database design system requirements, like changes to records, data entry errors, and basic transaction history--all key topics that every database designer must address.Read Less
Very Good. 0078824745 Trade Paperback. VG. Clean, tight and unmarked. Product DescriptionThe ultimate guide to designing with Oracle8 databases. A complete conceptual and practical guide to building Oracle8 Databases using UML object modeling. From the Back CoverA complete conceptual and practical guide to building Oracle8 databases. Think about database development in a new way and build powerful relational and object-relational databases with Oracle8! With this unique guide you'll learn to use Oracle8's technology to create flexible databases that will meet the demands of today's business environment-and tomorrow's. Inside Oracle8 Design Using UML Object Modeling, you'll find coverage of both concepts and practical techniques. The authors demonstrate the benefits of using the Unified Modeling Language's (UML) richer and more precise way of creating sound data models. Rather than the traditional break between logical and physical models-which can lead to numerous implementation problems-the authors propose the creation of a unified model that evolves as the software-development life cycle progresses. With this book, you will: Design flexible databases that support a broad range of requirements Build a database step-by-step with efficiently running structures Learn advanced modeling structures, such as entity/object subsets; dependent, recursive, and cyclical structures; denormalization; and generic modeling Create standards for database design, from naming conventions and UID specifications to domains of datatypes Design databases that easily respond to changes in system requirements, often with no developer intervention Construct databases that combine the best aspects of traditional relational design with the cutting-edge capabilities of objects using this guide from two well-respected Oracle experts.
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