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The Linux Database
by Fred Butzen and Dorothy Forbes
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LINUX® users who want to learn how to set up, program, and run a relational database, or experienced C programmers who need to learn about relational databases will benefit greatly from this book. Forbes and Butzen have put together a comprehensive and practical primer on relational databases, using LINUX.
Butzen and Forbes cover relational theory, database design, programming in structured query language (SQL), the architecture of database applications, and programming databases in C, ODBC, JDBC, Java, HTML/CGI, or the shell. If you want to turn your LINUX system into a productive database platform, you need the information and resources available in this guide. You'll find a broad, clear, and thorough introduction to database programming, as well as the tools you need to begin programming immediately.
This book covers:
Theory of relational databases as defined by Codd and Date How to design a relational database, including normalization Describes how to use SQL to build and manage relational databases How to use open database connectivity (ODBC) and Java database connectivity (JDBC) tools under LINUX How to build HTML/CGI and Java front-ends The CD-ROM contains the Slackware LINUX operating system, the MSQL relational database package, and a version of Just Logic.
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