Advantage Database Server: A Developer's Guide - 2nd edition
Published by : Jensen Data Systems
Writed by : Cary Jensen, Loy Anderson
Published date : 18/08/2010
ISBN-10 : 1453769978
ISBN-13 : 9781453769973
Language : English
Web site : http://www.jensendatasystems.com/ADSBook10/
About Advantage Database Server: A Developer's Guide - 2nd edition
This comprehensive developer's guide shows you how to use Advantage Database Server 10.0, the high-performance, low maintenance server that deploys on Windows, Linux, and Netware. Technically reviewed by the Advantage Database Server R&D team, this valuable resource will help you design and deploy reliable, scalable, low-maintenance, relational database applications.
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Table of content
Introduction Part I Advantage and the Advantage Data Architect Chapter 1 Introduction to Advantage Database Server Chapter 2 Creating Tables Chapter 3 Defining Indexes Chapter 4 Understanding and Using Data Dictionaries Chapter 5 Defining Constraints and Referential Integrity Chapter 6 Working with Views Chapter 7 Creating Stored Procedures Chapter 8 Defining Triggers Chapter 9 Using Notifications Chapter 10 Backing Up and Restoring Data Chapter 11 Implementing Replication Part II Advantage SQL Chapter 12 Introduction to Using Advantage SQL Chapter 13 Advantage Query Tools Chapter 14 Using SQL to Perform Common Database Operations Chapter 15 The Advantage SQL Scripting Language Chapter 16 System Management and Metadata Appendix A Web Page for the Advantage 10 Book Appendix B Troubleshooting and Other Issues Index Part III Accessing ADS Data Part III chapters are available online Chapter 17 Advantage and Delphi Chapter 18 Advantage and ADO.NET Chapter 19 Advantage and the .NET Entity Framework Chapter 20 Advantage and Visual FoxPro Chapter 21 Advantage Database Server and Java Chapter 22 Advantage and MDAC, OLE DB, ADO, and Visual Basic Chapter 23 Advantage with ODBC, PHP, and DBI/Perl