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Database programming for intermediates

From DBMS mechanism (Transaction, Rollback, Index, View) to Database design (Design process, Normalization)
Instructor
Shota Fukuda
149 Students enrolled
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This course’s target and goal is as follows

■ Target

● IT engineer already have basic SQL skill related to data manipulation,

and want to get more knowledge on DBMS itself (such as transaction, DDL, performance, design)

● IT engineer want to know advanced function to enhance performance and safety

■ Goal

● Understand advanced DBMS knowledge, and how to use it

● Be able to design and develop simple Web app based on advanced DBMS knowledge

and design skill

This course’s table contents is as follows

1 Course Introduction

1.1 Self introduction

1.2 Target and goal

1.3 Contents overview

1.4 Contents detail

2 Transaction

2.1 Issue overview – suspension and interruption –

2.2 Suspension issue detail and solution

2.2.1 Issue detail – suspension –

2.2.2 Solution overview – atomicity –

2.2.3 Solution detail – commit and rollback –

2.2.4 Supplementary explanation1 – how to use transaction –

2.2.5 Supplementary explanation2 – how to release auto commit mode –

2.3 Interruption issue detail and solution

2.3.1 Issue detail – interruption –

2.3.2 Solution overview – isolation –

2.3.3 Solution detail – lock –

2.3.4 Supplementary explanation1 – isolation level –

2.3.5 Supplementary explanation2 – dead lock –

2.4 Chapter summary

3 Create table

3.1 SQL statement

3.1.1 2 Roles to use database

3.1.2 3 types of command

3.1.3 What is DCL ?

3.2 Create table

3.2.1 Basics of table creation

3.2.2 Setting of default value

3.2.3 DROP TABLE statement

3.2.4 ALTER TABLE statement

3.3 Constraint

3.3.1 Prepare for human error

3.3.2 3 basic constraints

3.3.3 Primary key constraint

3.4 Foreign key and referential integrity

3.5.1 Referential integrity break

3.5.2 Root cause of referential integrity break

3.5.3 Foreign key constraint

3.5 Chapter summary

4 Additional functions

4.1 Performance enhancement

4.1.1 Issue detail – Low performance –

4.1.2 Solution overview – Index –

4.1.3 Solution detail – How to use index –

4.2 Convenience enhancement

4.2.1 Issue detail – Complex SQL statement –

4.2.2 Solution overview – View –

4.2.3 Solution detail – How to use view –

4.2.4 View’s demerit

4.3 Safety enhancement

4.3.1 Issue detail – Data elimination –

4.3.2 Solution overview – Back up –

4.3.3 Solution detail – Offline back up and Online back up –

4.3.4 Roll forward

5 Database design

5.1 Database design process

5.1.1 Database design process overview

5.1.2 Table design process

5.2 Requirement of household account management system

5.2.1 Hearing item of requirement phase

5.2.2 Concrete example of requirement

5.2.3 Important point of requirement

5.3 Conceptual design

5.3.1 Conceptual design process

5.3.2 Entity-Relationship diagram

5.3.3 Rule to make ER diagram

5.3.4 Process to list up all entities

5.4 Logical design

5.4.1 Logical design process

5.4.2 Break up many-to-many relationship into one-to-many

5.4.3 Arrange attribute of entity

5.4.4 Normalization

5.5 Normalization process

5.5.1 Normalization level

5.5.2 Unnormalized form

5.5.3 Transform to first normalized form

5.5.4 Functional dependency

5.5.5 Transform to second normalized form

5.5.6 Transform to third normalized form

5.5.7 Tips to normalize table

5.6 Physical design

5.6.1 Physical design process

5.6.2 Household account management system’s physical design

5.7 Make use of normalized data

5.7.1 Start using household account management system

5.7.2 Engineer’s mission

5.8 Chapter summary

Finally, thank you for enrolling this course. Let’s start learning database design fundamentals!

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