Although both classes taking this course used the same course manual with the newly revised enhanced bibliographies, only the control group was instructed to do the weekly library database
assignments and the alternative faculty assignments.
Keeping changes confined to just those staff members keeps Yale's formidable database
as clean as it can be.
The complete results of Edison Group's "Comparative Management Cost Study: Oracle Database
10g and IBM UDB DB2 8.
A web-based database
with select queries can be used to provide accounting oversight and compliance assurance of field activities [Borthick, Jones, & Kim, 2001].
If you need access to data stored in this online archive, you can still access the data directly, and/or selectively restore some of the data to the archive database
Server solutions have grown out of the company's extensive experience focusing on and providing high-volume, business-critical, large OLTP-intensive database
solutions handling complex transactions and maintaining uninterrupted availability in industries that typify such environments, such as those in the financial services, healthcare and public sectors.
Classification occurs at the database
software performs well for storing and retrieving tabular types of data -- data that can be visualized in rows and columns of related small data elements.
Because data redundancy is controlled in a database
, changes to items are updated immediately, and all users can access the same updated values.
50 clients are only now moving out of their initial implementation environment, which usually allowed a local interface to be used with a single remote database
at a time and thus did not require the client to deal with consolidation issues.
To support functional testing, the quality assurance team could use a subsetting tool to create a realistic subset of the production database
that is only 100GB.
Eight years ago, Bavarian's catalog was printed from its database
using a custom-written program.