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Entity Relationship Modelling
In this chapter as well as in chapters 6 and 7 we cover the area of relational database design. Expand
Security and Integrity
Oracle provides two levels of security: system and object. These levels are independent of, and in addition to, security provided by the host operating system. Thus a user will have a username andExpand
chapter 9 – Collections
Publisher Summary The Java Collections Framework consists of a number of interfaces and implementations for handling collections and maps. Expand
Java: Practical Guide for Programmers
Introduction: Basic Language Syntax: Flow Control: Classes and Objects: Inheritance and Access Control: Collections: Exceptions: Input/Output: Developing GUIs: Threads: Appendices-OperatorExpand
Classes and Objects
Two fundamental concepts in object-oriented programming are that of classes and objects. Expand
chapter 8 – Developing GUIs
Publisher Summary Java includes a number of classes for providing a graphical user interface (GUI). Expand
chapter 7 – Input/Output
Publisher Summary Input and output are performed in Java by means of streams. Expand
chapter 10 – Threads
A Java program can have any number of associated threads that are created explicitly; if a program has more than one associated thread, it is said to be multithreaded. Expand
Basic Language Syntax
This chapter focuses on the basic syntax or grammar of the Java language. Expand
Oracle Database Principles
Preface - Basic Concepts - The Hierarchical Model (IMS) - The Network Model (CODASYL) - Relational Model - Entity Relationship Modelling - Normalisation - Implementing a Design - SQL*Plus - PL/SQL - Security and Integrity - Indexes and Storage Structure - Distributed Databases. Expand