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  • 9788120326453

  • 18 mm

  • 23 mm

  • 630 gram

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  • 15 MARCH 2006

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    Designed as a textbook for students offering courses in computer science engineering, master of computer applications (MCA) and for IT courses, this comprehensive and up-to-date study gives a clear analysis of the applications of both Oracle and Sybase-the enterprise class of relational databases. Realizing the importance of modern topics for the IT-savvy readers, the author has devoted separate chapters to the latest features of the database such as dynamic hashing, replication, distributed databases, query optimization, auditing and high availability subsystem. These are strategically and tactically very important from the viewpoint of database performance, recovery, availability and database adminis-tration. Besides, legacy...  Read More

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