Automatically Detecting Integrity Violations in Database-Centric Applications


Database-centric applications (DCAs) are widely used by many companies and organizations to perform various control and analytical tasks using large databases. Real-world databases are described by complex schemas that oftentimes contain hundreds of tables consisting of thousands of attributes. However, when software engineers develop DCAs, they may write… (More)


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@article{Li2017AutomaticallyDI, title={Automatically Detecting Integrity Violations in Database-Centric Applications}, author={Boyang Li and Denys Poshyvanyk and Mark Grechanik}, journal={2017 IEEE/ACM 25th International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)}, year={2017}, pages={251-262} }