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MySQL and mSQL [Paperback]

Tim King , George Reese , Randy Yarger
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Table of Contents

Preface; Audience; Purpose; Using This Book; On MySQL and mSQL; Conventions Used in This Book; Comments and Questions; Acknowledgments; Getting Started with MySQL and mSQL; Chapter 1: Introduction to Relational Databases; 1.1 What Is a Database?; 1.2 What Is a Relational Database?; 1.3 Applications and Databases; 1.4 MySQL and mSQL; Chapter 2: Database Design; 2.1 Database Design; 2.2 Normalization; 2.3 A Logical Data Modeling Methodology; 2.4 Physical Database Design; Chapter 3: Installation; 3.1 MySQL; 3.2 mSQL; Chapter 4: MySQL; 4.1 Design; 4.2 Installing MySQL; 4.3 Running MySQL; 4.4 Database Administration; 4.5 MySQL Utilities; 4.6 Performance Tuning; Chapter 5: mSQL; 5.1 Design; 5.2 mSQL Versions; 5.3 Installing mSQL; 5.4 Running mSQL; 5.5 Database Administration; 5.6 mSQL Utilities; Chapter 6: SQL According to MySQL and mSQL; 6.1 SQL Basics; 6.2 Creating and Dropping Tables; 6.3 SQL Datatypes; 6.4 Indices; 6.5 Sequences and Auto-Incrementing; 6.6 Managing Data; 6.7 Queries; 6.8 Extended Functionality; Chapter 7: Other Mid-Range Database Engines; 7.1 What Is “Free”?; 7.2 What MySQL and mSQL Lack; 7.3 PostgreSQL; 7.4 GNU SQL; 7.5 Beagle; 7.6 Making Comparisons; Database Programming; Chapter 8: Database Application Architectures; 8.1 The Client/Server Architecture; 8.2 Data Processing; 8.3 Object/Relational Modeling; 8.4 The Three-tier Architecture; Chapter 9: CGI Programming; 9.1 What Is CGI?; 9.2 HTML Forms; 9.3 The CGI Specification; 9.4 Important Considerations for CGI Scripts; 9.5 CGI and Databases; Chapter 10: Perl; 10.1 DBI; 10.2 An Example DBI Application; 10.3 Msql.pm; 10.4 MysqlPerl; Chapter 11: Python; 11.1 Basic Connectivity; 11.2 Dynamic Connectivity; Chapter 12: PHP and Other Support for Database-driven HTML; 12.1 Alternatives for Dynamic Content on the Web; 12.2 W3-mSQL; 12.3 PHP; 12.4 Embedded Perl; Chapter 13: C and C++; 13.1 The Two APIs; 13.2 Object-oriented Database Access in C++; Chapter 14: Java and JDBC; 14.1 What Is JDBC?; 14.2 Simple Database Access; 14.3 Dynamic Database Access; 14.4 A Guest Book Servlet; Reference; Chapter 15: SQL Reference; 15.1 MySQL SQL; 15.2 mSQL SQL; Chapter 16: MySQL and mSQL System Variables; 16.1 MySQL System Variables; 16.2 mSQL System Variables; Chapter 17: MySQL and mSQL Programs and Utilities; 17.1 MySQL Utilities; 17.2 mSQL Utilities; Chapter 18: PHP and Lite Reference; 18.1 PHP; 18.2 Lite; Chapter 19: C Reference; 19.1 MySQL C API; 19.2 mysql_affected_rows; 19.3 mysql_close; 19.4 mysql_connect; 19.5 mysql_create_db; 19.6 mysql_data_seek; 19.7 mysql_debug; 19.8 mysql_drop_db; 19.9 mysql_dump_debug_info; 19.10 mysql_eof; 19.11 mysql_errno; 19.12 mysql_error; 19.13 mysql_escape_string; 19.14 mysql_fetch_field; 19.15 mysql_fetch_field_direct; 19.16 mysql_fetch_fields; 19.17 mysql_fetch_lengths; 19.18 mysql_fetch_row; 19.19 mysql_field_seek; 19.20 mysql_field_tell; 19.21 mysql_free_result; 19.22 mysql_get_client_info; 19.23 mysql_get_host_info; 19.24 mysql_get_proto_info; 19.25 mysql_get_server_info; 19.26 mysql_info; 19.27 mysql_init; 19.28 mysql_insert_id; 19.29 mysql_kill; 19.30 mysql_list_dbs; 19.31 mysql_list_fields; 19.32 mysql_list_processes; 19.33 mysql_list_tables; 19.34 mysql_num_fields; 19.35 mysql_num_rows; 19.36 mysql_ping; 19.37 mysql_query; 19.38 mysql_real_connect; 19.39 mysql_real_query; 19.40 mysql_reload; 19.41 mysql_row_tell; 19.42 mysql_select_db; 19.43 mysql_shutdown; 19.44 mysql_stat; 19.45 mysql_store_result; 19.46 mysql_thread_id; 19.47 mysql_use_result; 19.48 mSQL C API; 19.49 msqlConnect; 19.50 msqlSelectDB; 19.51 msqlQuery; 19.52 msqlStoreResult; 19.53 msqlFreeResult; 19.54 msqlFetchRow; 19.55 msqlDataSeek; 19.56 msqlNumRows; 19.57 msqlFetchField; 19.58 msqlFieldSeek; 19.59 msqlNumFields; 19.60 msqlClose; 19.61 msqlListDBs; 19.62 msqlListTables; 19.63 msqlListFields; 19.64 msqlListIndex; Chapter 20: Python Reference; 20.1 Module: MySQL; 20.2 Module: mSQL; Chapter 21: Perl Reference; 21.1 Installation; 21.2 DBI.pm API; 21.3 Msql.pm API; 21.4 Mysql.pm API; Chapter 22: JDBC Reference; Colophon;

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