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Splitting a database table into multiple segments for performance or manageability.
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A core SQL statement, SELECT retrieves data from one or more tables or other sources of row set data such as views or table-valued functions.
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SQL Server Management Studio, a graphical front-end tool shipped with SQL Server for managing and querying databases. It also supports managing other bundled systems such as SSAS.
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A type of integrity constraint used in a RDBMS platform to ensure that a value in a column matches one of a range of key values from another table.
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Privileges granted to an account or role through the security mechanism of an operating system, database manager or other system.
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the July 11th, 2007 release of Oracle’s primary database product. New features added in 11.0.1 include Virtual Columns, Automatic Memory Management and Interval Partitioning.
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specifically for the 2000 version of Microsoft SQL Server
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Professional Hypertext Preprocessor, a widely used platform for dynamic web applications.
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A mechanism for managing concurrent access to shared data or resources by granting temporarily exclusive access to the processes requesting the lock.
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Searching the text of a collection of documents or free text fields in a database to find those containing a word or combination of words.
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generally and informally recognized as the methods and processes that have been shown over time to be superior to those achieved by other means.
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In relational database design, a primary key can uniquely identify each row in a table. A primary key comprises a single column or a set of columns.
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A virtual table that represents the data in one or more tables in an alternative way.
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a relational database management system that is part of the Microsoft Office suite.
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specifically for PostgreSQL version 9.1
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A mechanism for committing a consistent set of changes into a database atomically.
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the process of moving databases or data from one place to another
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the process of organizing columns into tables within a relational database in such a way as to minimize redundancy and avoid insertion, update and deletion anomalies.
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mysql-5 : Version of MySQL Starting with MySQL 5.0
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Determining what database product best fits the requirements and limitations in a specific situation. This is advice that generally requires much more insight into requirements than can easily be gle…
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the automated or semi-automated input of data sets between different software applications.
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useful and which are not.
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Procedural Language/Structured Query Language is Oracle Corporation's procedural language extension for SQL. Questions about PL/SQL should probably be tagged "oracle" as well.
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a list/history of modification executed by a database management system to guarantee ACID properties over crashes or hardware failures.
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When used in the context of databases, memory refers to RAM directly addressable by the CPU as opposed to going through the I/O subsystem.
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A situation caused by two or more processes being unable to proceed (and thus release their locks) because they are blocked by locks on resources held by the other process.
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MySQL 5.1 : The Second Major Release of MySQL 5
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A core statement in SQL that does what it says on the tin: inserts data into a table.
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Installation (or setup) of a database application, is the act of putting the application onto a computer system so that it can be executed.
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Linked server allows operation to multiple server as one query.
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UPDATE changes the values of the specified columns in all rows that satisfy the condition. Only the columns to be modified need be mentioned in the SET clause; columns not explicitly modified retain t…
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specifically for PostgreSQL version 9.2
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Reconstructing a database.
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A database system optimised for reporting, particularly in aggregate. Often, but not always implemented using a star schema.
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A declarative mechanism such as a check or foreign key that enforces some data integrity rule in a database.