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Database Design and SQL for DB2 engages readers with a hands-on approach that provides start-to-finish coverage of database design and SQL, IBM's strategic language for the IBM i integrated database.
This book is designed for professional application developers and college-level students who want to become developers. This is also an ideal book for developers coming from other database platforms. For many developers, this book can serve in place of IBM's database-related manuals. All the essential SQL and related DB2 topics are covered from an introductory to an advanced level.
Each chapter includes comprehensive explanations and numerous examples. In addition, the companion website for this book provides further examples of embedded SQL as well as using client-side technologies such as jQuery, JSON, and AJAX with RPG Web applications.
You will find Database Design and SQL for DB2 immediately useful, whether you are just beginning to learn SQL or you are an experienced developer. And you will turn to this book time and time again for quick answers to the best way to design and implement database applications.
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|Author Name:||James Cooper|
|Publication Date:||April 24, 2013|
|Product Dimensions:||7.8 x 1 x 9.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||2.1 pounds|
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