Beginning Databases with Mysql

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This book is designed for those new to databases who want to start with MySQL and will lead you through your very first database query, to the complex database commands needed to solve 'real world' problems. However, it's an advantage if you know the essentials of SQL programming and for specific chapters, familiarity with PHP, Perl, and Java will be useful.

Author Biography: Richard Stones is currently employed as a Systems Architect by GEHE, who are the UK's largest ...

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Overview

This book is designed for those new to databases who want to start with MySQL and will lead you through your very first database query, to the complex database commands needed to solve 'real world' problems. However, it's an advantage if you know the essentials of SQL programming and for specific chapters, familiarity with PHP, Perl, and Java will be useful.

Author Biography: Richard Stones is currently employed as a Systems Architect by GEHE, who are the UK's largest pharmaceutical wholesaler and retailer, as well as the largest pharmaceutical wholesaler in both France and Germany, and active in many other European countries. Neil Matthew: As the Head of Software and Principal Engineer at Camtec Electronics in the 1980s, Neil Matthew programmed in C and C++ for real-time embedded systems. Since then he has worked on software development techniques and quality assurance, both as a consultant in communications software development with Scientific Generics and as a Systems Architect specialist with GEHE UK. Linux and other Open Source software like MySQL have played an increasing role in the work that he has undertaken over the years, from file servers, through Internet gateways to forming the platform for a distributed radio communications system.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861006929
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/1/2002
  • Series: Beginning Ser.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 7.27 (w) x 9.01 (h) x 1.16 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Introduction To MySQL 7
Ch. 2 Relational Database Principles 23
Ch. 3 Installing and Getting Started with MySQL 49
Ch. 4 Accessing Your Data 79
Ch. 5 MySQL Graphical Tools 119
Ch. 6 Changing Your Data 155
Ch. 7 Advanced Data Selection 179
Ch. 8 Data Definition and Manipulation 209
Ch. 9 Transactions and Locking 253
Ch. 10 MySQL Administration 279
Ch. 11 Database Design 311
Ch. 12 Accessing MySQL from C and C++ 341
Ch. 13 Accessing MySQL from PHP 385
Ch. 14 Accessing MySQL from Perl 425
Ch. 15 Accessing MySQL from Java 463
Ch. 16 Further Information and Resources 509
App. A MySQL Database Limits 517
App. B MySQL Data Types 521
App. C MySQL SQL Syntax 527
APP. D mysql Reference 539
App. E Database Schema and Tables 543
App. F Large Objects Support in MySQL 547
Index 551
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