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Intro - IS620 ZhiyuanChen ITE423 [email protected] 1 Outline n n n n n n Contactinformation Prerequisite Coverage Resources Grading Survivalguide 2 n

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1 Advanced Database Projects IS 620 Zhiyuan Chen ITE 423 [email protected]
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2 Outline n Contact information n Prerequisite n Coverage n Resources n Grading n Survival guide
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3 Course Administration n Location: ITE 467 n Time: Thursday 4:30-7 n Office hours:  ITE 423   n Best way to contact instructor: [email protected]
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4 Prerequisite n An introductory DB course (410 or 610) n Relational  database  design:  ER  diagram,  relational  model, normalization n SQL
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5 Prerequisite n Programming  experience  (excluding  SQL)  highly  recommended n This  course  contains  substantial  programming  materials (but easier than a CS course) n Programming is a necessary skill n Project manager n Sys Admin n Consider taking IS 600 before taking this class if you  do not have any programming experience
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6 Outline n Contact information n Prerequisite n Coverage n Resources n Grading n Survival guide
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7 Overview n n Programming n Oracle PL/SQL n Triggers and authorization n XML n Database management system concepts n Storage, indexing, and query optimization n Transactions, concurrency control, recovery n Project n Very technical and heavy course  (for those without much programming experience) 
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8 Job Market http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Skill=Oracle/Salary Database Administrator: $75,860 Senior Database Administrator: $97,216 Developer: $66,966 Senior Developer: $90,672 Software Engineer: $68,888  
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9 PL/SQL n Oracle PL/SQL  n Is  an  extension  to  SQL,  where  PL  stands  for  Procedure language n More powerful than SQL n What features are not available in SQL? n A  PL/SQL  program  is  stored  within  the  database, and can be used by other users by  providing input parameters
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10 Trigger n A bookstore needs to order more copies from publishers if  a book’s inventory falls below a certain number n There are three applications that can order books n By customer n By a staff n By a manager n How to implement this check in Database? n Option 1? n Option 2?
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11 Authorization n Imagine a human resource database n We want to allow an employee to update his  or her own information, and to see his own  benefits and compensations n But he can not see others compensations n Only administrators can update  compensations/benefits n How to implement the above?
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12 XML n Different  business  and  organizations  often  need  to 
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Intro - IS620 ZhiyuanChen ITE423 [email protected] 1 Outline n n n n n n Contactinformation Prerequisite Coverage Resources Grading Survivalguide 2 n

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