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Writing Basic SQL Queries in MS SQL 2005 Express

Introduction With the availability of ever more powerful programming tools and environments such as Visual Basic and Visual Studio.NET, as well as the availability of powerful database engines such as the free SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, ...

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Databases & Java (JDBC)

Java is a platform independent programming language. In order to access a database with Java you need to use a platform-independent method. This is easy to accomplish, but might be quite cumbersome. Usually, you'd have to create a server program that s ...

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Database Normalization

Normalisation is the term used to describe how you break a file down into tables to create a database. There are 3 or 4 major steps involved known as 1NF (First Normal Form), 2NF (Second Normal Form), 3NF (Third Normal Form) and BCNF (Boyce-Codd ...

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Database: A Quick Start Guide

A computer application is nothing more than a bundle of source code that manipulates a set of data. That data is key to the operation and functionality of the application. The data, however, can come from a variety of places. Be it user entered, in-mem ...

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Database Access Methods

In order to "talk" to your database you need to use some sort of software. Whether it comes with your server or you have to write the code yourself, this software is essential fordatabase communications. Although there are innumerable methods of ...

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Security-Encrypted Transactions

You can further enhance security on your intranet by encrypting  Web transactions. When you use an encryption facility, information  submitted by customers using Web fill-in forms-including usernames,  passwords, and other confidential information- ...

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Choosing between MySQL and MS SQL

Two of the most popular database systems used by web developers today are MySQL and Microsoft's MS SQL server. Both are similar in regards to being storage and retrieval systems. The two systems support primary keys, along with key indices which ...

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MySQL: How it stacks up for Developers

MySQL: The Leading Open-Source Option MySQL leads the open-source database market, and by every indication, the future of MySQL at Sun is with the open-source community. According to Mårten Mickos, CEO of MySQL, it was Sun's commitment to free ...

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