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Books would do it especially in light of the reviews I ve been reading However the author writes with such abstract complexity though He Tries And Fails To tries and fails to it seem down to earth that I have to read and reread and reread and reread the same sentence just to get some sense of what he is trying to sayFor example Date defines an Interesting Term Relvar Which Stands For Relation Variable He Goes term relvar which stands for relation variable He goes some detail about how that is distinguished from a relation value a relation a table and other terms After reading it all I thought I understood what a relvar was Turns out that there is some distinction between relvar and relation or relation value that still escapes me so when I get into other areas of the book I am lost This is a major aspect of Date s explanations of the relational model yet I cannot grasp the subtleties that he finds fundamental and apparently obvious What a messDate reuires precision in the definition of terms and I understand that from a philosophical point of view However he does not go through adeuate explanations of those definitions at least from my point of view Yet he then proceeds to use those terms rather casually assuming the reader understands his rather obtuse and insufficient explanationsI need a book to walk me through the intricate differences between the practical tasks of programming with a particular system such as MySL and the corresponding abstract aspects of the relational model Date purports to do that but he failed with meI am not sure what to recommend about this book but it seems clear to me that any reader should start out with a fairly firm understanding of the mathematics of set theory and how the relational model fits into that Then one should read Date with a bit of care because although I am sure he tries to write with insight and clarity I don t think he succeeds very well Non ti spiega un particolare gusto di DB ma ti spiega come interrogarli in modo ragionato dandoti i dietro le uinteUn poco talebano su alcune scelte NULL in primis ma ottimo Masterful Excellent book SL and Relational Theory is devoted to relational theory and explaining why SL is not relationally complete Author. SL is full of difficulties and traps for the unwary You can avoid them if you understand relational theory but only if you now how to put the theory into practice In this insightful book author CJ Date explains relational theory in depth and demonstrates through numerous examples and exercises how you can apply it directly to your use of SLThis second edition includes new material on recursive ueries “missing information” without nulls new update operators and topics such as aggregate operators grouping and ungrouping and view updating If you have a modest to advanced background in SL you’ll learn how to deal with a host of common SL dilemmas Why is proper column naming so important Nulls in your database are causing you to get wrong answers Why What can you do about it Is it possible to write an SL uery to find employees who have never been in the same department for than six months at a time SL supports “uantified comparisons” but they’re better avoided Why How same department for than six months at a time SL supports “uantified comparisons” but they’re better avoided Why How you avoid them Constraints are crucially important but most SL products don’t support them properly What can you do to resolve this situationDatabase theory and practice have evolved since the relational model was developed than 40 years ago SL and Relational Theory draws on decades of research to present the most up to date treatment of SL availableCJ Date has a stature that is uniue within the database industry A prolific writer well nown for the bestselling textbook An Introduction to Database Systems Addison Wesley he has an exceptionally clear style when writing about complex principles and theor. The only problem I had was that it was technical than i needed will come in technical than I needed Will come in down the road Be aware that this book is not formatted like other O Reilly Books Fonts Are Very Small And books Fonts are very small and lines are very long which makes it physically unpleasant to readIt s written in a very old fashioned and verbose way Things that could be written in a few words take several sentences The author uses a lot of parenthesis asides and foot notes so the text doesn t flow nicely you constantly have to switch between different levels of importance I couldn t read it beyond the fourth chapter I did learn a few relational concepts but the author fails to show how that can apply to real world problems His general approach is rather negative He really wants to show that SL products don t implement relational theory correctly and are inherently broken He sounds like the whole world is mistaking but only him nows the truth it and is unfairly misunderstood He Longman Academic Writing Series 5 keeps using the same running example a suppliers and parts database It s a simplistic example with only three tables but he doesn t clearly explains what business problem this example is intending to solve so I couldn t understand how he came up with that example Tables and columns are named the old fashioned way using all uppercase abbreviation such S SNO PNO TY etc which obviously doesn t help to follow his explanationsI ll leave two stars because the author obviouslynows his stuff and if you have a lot of spare time and patience you might be able to read this book from cover to cover and maybe get some value out of it Please reply to this comment if you feel that I m missing something ungeeignet f r Alle die nach Kochrezepten suchen um schnell ein gegebenenes Problem l sen Dem Autor geht es um die Erkl rung des relationalen Modells dessen Unterst tzung die de facto Monopol Datenbanksprache SL einerseits nur unvollkommen leistet und andererseits auch nicht erzwingt weshalb die meisten Datenbanken in der Praxis nicht den Prinzipien gen gen nach denen die V ter dieses Modells zu denen neben CF Codd auch der Autor CJ Date geh rt diese Art der Datenhaltung The Japanese Pottery Handbook: Revised Edition konzipiert haben Abweichungen von diesen Pr. 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