Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1990, 338 pages
UNIX® Database Management Systems provide readers with a practical guide into the UNIX® DBMS world. Based on the author's personal experience in building DBMS applications, this book clarifies information every user of a UNIX® DBMS should know. It provides insight on issues regarding the trade-offs involved in selecting one DBMS over another, the limitations imposed by the implementation of a selected DBMS.
Design for those with some basic knowledge of the UNIX® operating system, this source describes how to use DBMSs when developing applications under UNIX®. It also describes how UNIX® and DBMSs interact and how that, in turn, affects applications. In this exceptional new text, you'll also find in-depth reviews of how to select, design, develop, and test applications with four of the major DBMS products:
Review of these products will prove to be an invaluable timesaver in terms of investigating products, planning development projects, and design.
An old comparision of DBMS systems.
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