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The only Oracle Press guide to MySQL Workbench explains how to design and model MySQL databases.
MySQL Workbench Data Modeling and Development helps developers learn how to effectively use this powerful product for database modeling, reverse engineering, and interaction with the database without writing SQL statements. MySQL Workbench is a graphical user interface that can be used to create and maintain MySQL databases without coding. The book covers the interface and explains how to accomplish each step by illustrating best practices visually.
Clear examples, instructions, and explanations reveal, in a single volume, the art of database modeling. This Oracle Press guide shows you how to get the tool to do what you want. Annotated screen shots demonstrate all interactions with the tool, and text explains the how, what, and why of each step.
Complete coverage Installation and Configuration; Creating and Managing Connections; Data Modeling Concepts; Creating an ERD; Defining the Physical Schemata; Creating and Managing Tables; Creating and Managing Relationships; Creating and Managing Views; Creating and Managing Routines; Creating and Managing Routine Groups; Creating and Managing User & Groups; Creating and Managing SQL Scripts; Generating SQL Scripts; Forward Engineering a Data Model; Synchronize a Model with a Database; Reverse Engineering a Database; Managing Differences in the Data Catalog; Creating and Managing Model Notes; Editing Table Data; Editing Generated Scripts; Creating New Instances; Managing Import and Export; Managing Security; Managing Server Instances
, Michael McLaughlin
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Series: Oracle Press
16 May 2013
Professional and scholarly
Part 1: Configuration Chapter 1: Installing and Configuring Chapter 2: Creating and Managing Connections Part 2: Data Modeling Chapter 3: Data Modeling Concepts Chapter 4: Creating an ERD Chapter 5: Defining the Physical Schemata Chapter 6: Creating and Managing Tables Chapter 7: Creating and Managing Relationships Chapter 8: Creating and Managing Views Chapter 9: Creating and Managing Routines Chapter 10: Creating and Managing Routine Groups Chapter 11: Creating and Managing User & Groups Chapter 12: Creating and Managing SQL Scripts Chapter 13: Generating SQL Scripts Chapter 14: Forward Engineering a Data Model Chapter 15: Synchronize a Model with a Database Chapter 16: Reverse Engineering a Database Chapter 17: Managing Differences in the Data Catalog Chapter 18: Creating and Managing Model Notes Part 3: SQL Development Chapter 19: Editing Table Data Chapter 20: Editing Generated Scripts Part 4: Server Administration Chapter 21: Creating New Instances Chapter 22: Managing Import and Export Chapter 23: Managing Security Chapter 24: Managing Server Instances
Michael is a professor at BYU - Idaho in the Computer Information Technology Department of the Business and Communication School. He teaches courses on CIT management, databases and systems analysis and design. He is the author of Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle MySQL 5.6, Oracle Database 10g Express Edition PHP Web Programming, and co-author of four other Oracle Press books. He's an Oracle ACE and speaker at Oracle User Group Meetings. He worked at Oracle Corporation for over eight years in Consulting, Development and Support, working with the database, tools and Oracle E-Business Suite. He left Oracle as the Senior Applications Upgrade Manger in E-Business Suite Release Engineering.