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5 insert or delete on s or spj update on supplier

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(5) INSERT or DELETE on S or SPJ, UPDATE on supplier CITY or shipment S# Or P# or QTY. (b) (1) reference A foreign key value represents a reference to the topple containing the matching candidate key value. (2) Referential integrity The problem of ensuring that the database does not include any invalid foreign key values is therefore known as the referential integrity problem. (3) Referential constraint The constraint that values of a given foreign key must match values of the corresponding candidate key is known as a referential constraint. (4) Referencing The relvar that contains the foreign key as the referencing relvar. (5) referenced The relvar that contains the corresponding candidate key as the referenced 9. Give SQL solutions to the following operations. (20-Marks) (1) No two project can be located in the same city. (2) The highest status supplier must not be located in the same city as the lowest status supplier. (3) Every project must be located in a city in which there is at least one supplier of that project. (4) There must exist at least one red part. Sol (1) CRATE ASSERTION SQL-D CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM J JX WHERE EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM J JX WHERE ( JX.J# <> JY.J# AND JX.CITY = JY.CITY ) ) ) ); (2) CREATE ASSERTION SQL-G CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM S SX WHERE NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM S SY WHERE SX.STATUS = ( SELECT MAX (S.STATUS) FROM S ) AND SY.STATUS = ( SELECT MIN (S.STATUS) FROM S ) AND SX.STATUS <> SY.STATUS AND SX.CITY = SY.CITY ) ) );
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(3) CREATE ASSERTION SQL-J CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P) OR EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P WHERE P.WLOR = ‘Red’ ) ); 10. Write the CREATE ASSERTION to the following operations. (10- Marks) (1) Every supplier has status at least five. (2-Marks) (2) Every part has a positive weight. (2-Marks) (3) All red parts must be stored in London. (2-Marks) (4) No shipment has a total weight (part weight times shipment quantity) greater than 20,000: (2-Marks) (5) No supplier with status less than 20 can supply any part in a quantity greater than 500 (b) Define the following terms: (10-Marks) (1) The Golden Rule (2-Marks) (2) Extend Rule (2-Marks) (3) Superkey Rule (2-Marks) (4) Functional Dependency (2-Marks) (5) Triggered Procedure (2-Marks) Sol (a) (1) CREATE ASSERTION JC 13 CHECK ( C SELECT MIN (S.STATUS) FROM S ) > 4 ); (2) CREATE ASSERTION IC 18 CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P WHERE NOT ( P.WEIGHT > 0.0 ) ) ); (3) CREATE ASSERTION IC 99 CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P WHERE P.COLOR = ‘Red’ AND P.CITY <> ‘London’ ) ); (4) CREATE ASSERTION IC 46 CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P, SP WHERE P.P# = SP.P# AND ( P.WEIGHT * SP.QTY ) > 20000.0 ) ); (5) CREATE ASSERTION IC 95 CHECK ( NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM P, SP WHERE S.STATUS < 20 AND S.S# = SP.S#
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AND SP.QTY > 500 ) ); (b) (1) The Golden Rule No update operation must ever be allowed to leave an relvar in a state that violates its own predicate. (2) Extended Golden Rule No update operation must ever be allowed to leave any relvar in a state that violates its own predicate. Likewise, no update transaction must ever be allowed to leave the database in a state that violates its own predicate.
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