Database Design and Implementation

A practical introduction using Oracle SQL
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164 pages
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 English
This book explains the essential relational database design modelling techniques and shows how SQL can be used to implement a database. There are numerous practical exercises with feedback.
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Howard Gould recently retired as a senior lecturer in computing with the School of Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering at Leeds Beckett University. He holds an MSc. in Software Engineering and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (FE). He is a member of the BCS, The Chartered Institut...

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This book uses a simple step by step approach to explain the essential relational database design modelling techniques, and shows how Oracle SQL can be used to implement a database. There are numerous practical exercises with feedback.

Key topics include conceptual modelling using the crow’s feet notation and the Unified Modelling Language (UML), logical and physical modelling, normalisation, the structured query language (SQL) and simple application development using APEX forms and reports.

This book has been written to provide a practical introduction to relational database design and database development for students studying computing-related courses and anyone else who needs to work with relational databases, either as users, designers or developers. Similarly, people who are commissioning a database may benefit from an understanding of this content.

This book is based on an approach that has been used successfully over a number of years to teach many undergraduate computing students, and is presented in a concise form that will make it easy for you to grasp the essential principles and techniques and apply these in any relational database environment.

An established data modelling methodology is explained which includes Entity Relationship models. These are presented using the long-established crow’s foot notation; however, as the Unified Modelling Language (UML) has become an industry standard, the Class Diagram notation is also introduced to show how it can also be used for ER modelling, though there are differences (Hay & Lynott, 2008).

The modelling diagrams used in this book have been drawn using the QSEE SuperLite v1.1.2 CASE tool which is available to download from http://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/qsee/.

The Oracle database management system and Oracle Application Express (APEX) development environment are used to introduce the industry standard Structured Query Language (SQL). An APEX user account can be obtained from apex.oracle.com for web access; alternatively, a copy of Oracle Database 11g Express Edition and Oracle APEX can be downloaded from Oracle.com for installation on your own system.

Further supporting materials can be found at the author’s website howard-gould.co.uk.

  1. Introduction to database development
    1. Conceptual data modelling
    2. The Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)
    3. Entity types
    4. Producing the ERD
    5. Entity attributes
    6. Entity selection and validation
    7. Entity definitions
    8. Validating the model
  2. Entity Relationships
    1. Introduction
    2. Relationships
    3. Relationship cardinality
    4. Relationship optionality
  3. Complex relationships
    1. Introduction
    2. Associative relationships
    3. Link entity identifier
    4. Recursive relationships
    5. Sub types
    6. Exclusive relationships
    7. Summary
  4. Logical Database Design
    1. Introduction
    2. Relations
    3. Keys
    4. Identifying relations
    5. Resolving many-to-many relationships
    6. Resolving one-to-many relationships with optionality
    7. Resolving one-to-one relationships
    8. Recursive relationships
    9. Exclusive relationships
    10. Identification Dependency
    11. Modelling problems
    12. Summary
  5. Normalisation
    1. Introduction
    2. Un-normalised form (UNF)
    3. First Normal Form (1NF)
    4. Second Normal Form (2NF)
    5. Third Normal Form (3NF)
    6. Denormalisation
    7. Checking the model
    8. Summary
  6. Introduction to Oracle SQL
  7. Using Foreign Keys
  8. Selecting data from a table
  9. Selecting data from multiple tables
  10. Subqueries and group functions
  11. Creating pages & reports
  12. Appendices
    1. Appendix A
    2. UML Modelling Notation
    3. Appendix B
    4. Music System Specification (ERD and Tables)
    5. Appendix C
    6. Order System Specification (ERD and Tables)
    7. Appendix D
    8. Normalisation Template
  13. Bibliography
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