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MySQL administrator's bible /

By: Cabral, Sheeri, 1978-
Title By: Murphy, Keith, 1970-
Material type: BookPublisher: Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Pub., c2009.Description: xxix, 855 p. : ill ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780470416914 (paper/website); 0470416912 (paper/website)Subject(s): Database management | Relational databasesDDC classification: 005.75/65 Online resources: Location Map
Summary:
The book fully covers MySQL 5.1 plus early features of the 6.0 release (as of the time of writing). All of the examples work in both MySQL 5.1 and MySQL 6.0, except where noted. This book is designed for two groups of people. The first group of people is those who have never worked on a database server and want to learn the fundamentals of database management using the world's number one open source database server. The second group of people is those who are currently using another database server and are looking to make a transition to MySQL server. They may be experienced database administration, but are not experienced with MySQL.
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REGULAR University of Wollongong in Dubai
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005.7585 CA MY (Browse shelf) Available T0038573

CSIT115 Spring2022

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 813-820) and index.

The book fully covers MySQL 5.1 plus early features of the 6.0 release (as of the time of writing). All of the examples work in both MySQL 5.1 and MySQL 6.0, except where noted. This book is designed for two groups of people. The first group of people is those who have never worked on a database server and want to learn the fundamentals of database management using the world's number one open source database server. The second group of people is those who are currently using another database server and are looking to make a transition to MySQL server. They may be experienced database administration, but are not experienced with MySQL.

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