e-books in Structured Query Language (SQL) category
- fresh2refresh.com , 2016
In this SQL tutorial, you will learn how to use the SQL language to: Store, retrieve and manipulate data in SQL server; Select, insert, update and delete rows in SQL tables; Create database and tables in SQL server and all other SQL concepts.
by Mark McIlroy - Blue Sky Technology , 2009
An introduction to the use of SQL to retrieve data and generate query result tables. The book covers SQL queries and is suitable for beginners and intermediate users. This includes an on-line environment where you can try out the examples.
by Krishna Rungta - guru99 , 2013
SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It is the communication languages to talk to any database. This book is designed for beginners with little or no Database experience. Apart from teaching the SQL, it also covers the Database design process.
by Rahul Batra - dreamincode.net , 2012
This is a short e-book teaching the basics of SQL assuming no prior knowledge of it. While the examples and text use Ingres as the database management system, the code should work correctly on any SQL compliant database.
- Wikibooks , 2010
This book is a compact comparative reference for several SQL language dialects. It lists particular common tasks and problems resolved in terms of several SQL server implementations. When possible, it tries to emphasize an universal solution.
by Zed A. Shaw - LCodeTHW , 2011
This book will teach you the 80% of SQL you probably need to use it effectively, and will mix in concepts in data modeling at the same time. The book is written for people with no prior database, programming, or SQL knowledge.
- Wikibooks , 2011
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a widely-used query language for using database. This book provides a detailed description of SQL, its origins, its programming, and its uses. The book follows the specifications of the SQL:2008 ISO standard.
by Markus Winand , 2011
SQL performance problems are everywhere, everyday. This book is a free SQL tuning e-book for developers. It avoids unnecessary details about database internals but highlights the one topic that is most often neglected: proper indexing.
by Richard T. Snodgrass - Morgan Kaufmann , 1999
Richard Snodgrass and his colleagues have explored temporal data concepts over the last two decades. They now have a fairly complete solution to the problems. This book summarizes their work and presents it in a very accessible and useful way.
by Akeel I. Din - NCC Blackwell , 1994
Introductory text for learning SQL, it shows you how to use the language with crystal-clear explanations and examples. For more advanced and vendor-specific topics (triggers, stored procs, etc.) you'll need to look at the vendor's documentation.
by Philip Greenspun , 2007
Introduction to SQL: data modeling, simple queries, complex queries, transactions, triggers, views, style, PL/SQL and Java, trees, handling dates in Oracle, limits in Oracle, tuning, data warehousing, foreign and legacy data and normalization.
by Ryan Stephens, Ron Plew - Sams , 2002
This book presents the key features of SQL in an easy to understand format with updated code examples. The material covers transactions, constructs, embedded databases, object-oriented programming, and MySQL, a very popular open source database.