- Paperback: 724 pages
- Publisher: Chicago Business Press; 4 edition (November 3, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0615231047
- ISBN-13: 978-0615231044
- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 1.4 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,433,568 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Mannino's "Database Management" provides the information you need to learn relational databases. The book teaches students how to apply relational databases in solving basic and advanced database problems and cases. The fundamental database technologies of each processing environment are presented; as well as relating these technologies to the advances of e-commerce and enterprise computing. This book provides the foundation for the advanced study of individual database management systems, electronic commerce applications, and enterprise computing.
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Topic Coverage: The title is an ordered listing of topic coverage quality, depth and enthusiasm. Design >> App Dev > Admin.
The book is, without exception, overly verbose; however, the more detailed breakdown is...
- SQL: 3/5 Required intro for a book of this sort but better covered in any number of O'Reilly etc books.
- ER diagrams: 5/5 Best I've read but I'm not sure if ER diagrams are really a topic to hang one's hat on.
- Scheme design: 4/5 Well covered but a futile topic to teach IMHO, requires first hand failures to learn.
- Normalization: 5/5 Really belongs in this book between set theory and practitioner texts on RDMSs.
- Views, triggers & procedures: 2/5 contrived examples that either suggest shoving the whole application into the DB or skipping these key features.
- Admin: 3/5 Not bad but more quickly and less expensively available in O'Reilly etc books.
Biggest Complaint: Strangely CS phobic in its lack of rigor which is unacceptable given its length and price.
Bottom line: A fine book, even a good book if you are looking for a middle ground text. Its strengths slant more towards schema design than DB dev or admin.
On the Chapter 3 assignment for example there are TWO number 7's. One is hidden inside of 6.
I would highly not recommend this book.