Client/Server Data Access With Java and XML by Dan Chang, Dan Harkey, Robert Orfali PDF

By Dan Chang, Dan Harkey, Robert Orfali

ISBN-10: 0471245771

ISBN-13: 9780471245773

I purchased this publication to achieve the fundementals of the hot breed of client/server platforms. the price of this e-book is that it argues that Java and XML will revolutionize the information interchange and knowledge presentation. From this attitude, i believe it makes it really is case.

BUT, a lot to my amazement, i discovered many of the examples(code)(programming constraints) inconsequentially and virtually irritatingly geared up during the booklet, because it assumes you've got a few java programming below your belt which i don't.

There are a few nice issues to this e-book. $50 is steep, yet then it does be ready to offer you a fundemental knowing of the way Java and XML could turn out the commonest instruments in destiny net endeavors.

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In general, only the most meaningful words of a sentence should be put into a name, dropping prepositions, and other small words. As an example, let's take the postal code. We could express this element with different column names: • the_postal_code • pstl_code • pstlcd • postal_code I recommend the last one for its simplicity. Suffixing Carefully chosen suffixes can add clarity to column names. As an example, for the date of first payment element, I would suggest first_payment_date. In fact, the last word of a column name is often used to describe the type of content – like customer_no, color_code, interest_amount.

What will happen with this existing system? Either we export relevant data from this existing system to feed the new one, to completely do away with the old system, or we keep the existing system – temporarily or permanently. [ 21 ] Data Collecting If we must keep the existing system, we'll probably build a bridge between the two systems for exchanging data. In this case, do we need a one-way bridge or a two-way bridge? Chronological Events Who orders a car for the show room and why; how is the order made – phone, fax, email, website; can a car in the showroom be sold to a customer?

30 ] Chapter 3 Here are the structure and sample values for those tables: CREATE TABLE `event` ( `code` int(11) NOT NULL, `description` char(40) NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY ('code') ) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; INSERT INTO `event` VALUES (1, 'washed'); The usage of backticks here ('event'), although not standard SQL, is a MySQL extension used to enclose and protect identifiers. 1 in which the event keyword is scheduled to become part of the language for some another purpose (CREATE EVENT).

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