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MySQL Workbench Data Modeling and Development (Oracle (McGraw-Hill)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Mai 2013


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Michael McLaughlin, Oracle ACE, is a professor at BYU - Idaho in the Computer Information Technology Department of the Business and Communication School. He teaches courses on IT management, databases, and systems analysis and design. Michael is the author of "Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming, Oracle Database 10g Express Edition PHP Web Programming," and "Oracle Database 11g & MySQL 5.6 Developer Handbook." He is the co-author of "Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming Workbook, Oracle Database 10g PL/SQL Programming, Expert Oracle PL/SQL," and "Oracle Database AJAX & PHP Web Application Development." Michael worked at Oracle Corporation for more than eight years, most recently as the senior applications upgrade manger in E-Business Suite Release Engineering.

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HASH(0x9c3df944) von 5 Sternen Great for anyone who uses the FREE MyQL Workbench 1. Mai 2013
Von David M. Stokes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
MySQL Workbench:
Data Modeling & Development
Michael McLaughlin
Oracle Press
ISBN 978-0-07-178188-5

MySQL Workbench is one of those tools that quickly becomes invaluable. It is a SQL query tool, a data modeler, and an admin tool all in one. As such a complicated tool, there is a bit of a learning curve before one can move beyond the basic functionality. Now there is a book that not only is a guided tour of MySQL Workbench but it contains little snippets full of DBA and system admin tricks that make this a must have for anyone using Workbench.

The book is divided into six sections that starts with configuration. This part of the book assumes now previous database or MySQL background as it gently guides you through the installation of the key components on mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. The author's teaching background is very evident here as the material is 'undergraduate proof' and very clearly written. The illustrations are large, clear, and informative.

The second section covers data modeling including creating tables, reverse engineering schemas, and creating routines. This section covers it all from the theory of data modeling through building complex schemas with foreign keys. The discussion on the choice of keys in tables should be mandatory reading for any DBA.

The third section delves into using Workbench for query development and the management of SQL scripts. This section is short and to the point.

Many folks use Workbench as an admin tool and the fourth section covers setting up connections, user management (MySQL has no predefined user roles but Workbench allows the set of users with privileges for various task like DBA, backup administrator, and such). Importing, migrating and exporting databases is extensively covered.

The book finishes up with chapter questions (and you need to be careful; some of the questions are tougher than they look), how to extend Workbench, and setting MS SQL Server (to use the migration tools).

Does the book lack anything? Well, it does not cover the recent MySQL Utilities that allow the cloning of a server for replication and replication fail over. But those are very new and no doubt will picked up for a future revision.

But do you need this book? Yes, if you are new to Workbench and want to get up to speed quickly. Yes if you are getting into data modeling. And yes if you are not a full time DBA and want to use this free tool as your admin interface. Old, barnacle crusted DBAs my not need a copy but they should buy them for their juniors.
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HASH(0x926a451c) von 5 Sternen Excellent resource for Data Modeling concepts 9. August 2013
Von Jordan M. Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book was impressive to me from the start. It explains how to setup the needed programs to get the best use out of the book in simple easy to understand instructions that my grandmother could use. I was able to use the material in this book to help a family member effectively understand data modeling and how to develop it as part of his transition to an economic analyst. The book is of use to folks starting at the raw novice level all the way to experienced DBA's looking to speed up daily tasks. The data modeling and development concepts translate across database platforms to make things easier which every database you decide to use.
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HASH(0x926a0ac8) von 5 Sternen Great resource for students and professionals. 17. September 2013
Von Jeremy H - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As a student learning Oracle MySQL Server, Michael McLaughlin's book has been an invaluable resource for database design and development using MySQL Workbench. It takes a complex subject and provides step-by-step instructions on how to use Workbench for data modeling and queries. Having had no prior experience with Workbench, this book makes the tool easy to learn and use. I highly recommend this book to any who want to learn MySQL Workbench.
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HASH(0x926a36f0) von 5 Sternen This books read like a freking manual 25. Mai 2015
Von Jose Andujar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This books read like a freking manual, to dang dry for my test. confusing at times. This book is not for beginners at all.
waist of money and time... had better luck with on you tube tutorials.
HASH(0x926a3888) von 5 Sternen in even tell me that I was bored of "Workbench" and "MySQL" 26. März 2016
Von Sandro D'Antonio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I'm not so sure to continue reading this book. In fact I just arrived on page 165 .. and I agree with the review of Jason B. Hall of the November 27, 2013, in even tell me that I was bored of "Workbench" and "MySQL". In addition to a pagination error (from page 42 you switch to 47 and only after 50 returns to 43) but it is not because the author, the book considers already knew most of the text. It explains superficially and does not accurately, excluding the installation of MySQL Server and Workbench. Continue to impose other text calls (Oracle 11g Handbook) in other words do not realize effectively the purpose of following as supposed (explaining well!) the reader step by step to create tables (even forgets to expose a few), indexes, triggers, etc. He does not explain, incomprehensibly, the steps crucial to understanding. I regret this purchase. I come from SQLite where I am completely comfortable and I thought, for specific needs (concurrent transactions and use with the server) to be helped to successfully pass through this book to something higher in the field of the database. I'll have to necessarily resort to some other more comprehensive and targeted reading. It 'a shame, it looked like a text that is also presented graphically so well! Oracle: thumbs down!
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