Access Database Programming And Design 2nd Edition By Steven Roman

Access Database Programming

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Introduction: Access Database Programming

Download Free Access Database Programming, As mentioned in the Preface, one purpose of this book(Access Database Programming) is to explain the basic concepts of modern relational database theory and show how these concepts are realized in Microsoft Access. Allow me to amplify on this rather lofty goal.

To take a very simple view, which will do nicely for the purposes of this introductory discussion, a database is just a collection of related data. A database management system, or DBMS, is a system that is designed for two main purposes:
1) To add, delete, and update the data in the database
2) To provide various ways to view (on screen or in print) the data in the database
If the data are simple, and there is not very much data, then a database can consist of a single table. In fact, a simple database can easily be maintained even with a word processor!

To illustrate, suppose you want to set up a database for the books in a library. Purely for the sake of illustration, suppose the library contains 14 books one of them is Access Database Programming. The same discussion would apply to a library of perhaps a few hundred books. Table 1.1 shows the LIBRARY_FLAT database in the form of a single table.

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Table Of Contents For Access Database Programming And Design Pdf

1. Database Design

Introduction
Database Design
Database Programming

2. The Entity-Relationship Model of a Database

What Is a Database?
Entities and Their Attributes
Keys and Superkeys
Relationships Between Entities

3. Implementing Entity-Relationship Models: Relational Databases

Implementing Entities
A Short Glossary
Implementing the Relationships in a Relational Database
The LIBRARY Relational Database
Index Files
NULL Values

4. Database Design Principles

Redundancy
Normal Forms
First Normal Form
Functional Dependencies
Second Normal Form
Third Normal Form
Boyce-Codd Normal Form
Normalization

II: Database Queries
5. Query Languages and the Relational Algebra

Query Languages
Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus
Details of the Relational Algebra

6. Access Structured Query Language (SQL)

Introduction to Access SQL
Access Query Design
Access Query Types
Why Use SQL?
Access SQL
The DDL Component of Access SQL
The DML Component of Access SQL

III: Database Architecture
7. Database System Architecture

Why Program?
Database Systems
Database Management Systems
The Jet DBMS
Data Definition Languages
Data Manipulation Languages
Host Languages
The Client/Server Architecture

IV: Visual Basic for Applications
8. The Visual Basic Editor, Part I

The Project Window
The Properties Window
The Code Window
The Immediate Window
Arranging Windows

9. The Visual Basic Editor, Part II

Navigating the IDE
Getting Help
Creating a Procedure
Run Time, Design Time, and Break Mode
Errors
Debugging

10. Variables, Data Types, and Constants

Comments
Line Continuation
Constants
Variables and Data Types
VBA Operators

11. Functions and Subroutines

Calling Functions
Calling Subroutines
Parameters and Arguments
Exiting a Procedure
Public and Private Procedures
Fully Qualified Procedure Names

12. Built-in Functions and Statements

The MsgBox Function
The InputBox Function
VBA String Functions
Miscellaneous Functions and Statements
Handling Errors in Code

13. Control Statements

The If…Then Statement
The For Loop
Exit For
The For Each Loop
The Do Loop
The Select Case Statement
A Final Note on VBA

V: Data Access Objects
14. Programming DAO: Overview

Objects
The DAO Object Model
The Microsoft Access Object Model
Referencing Objects
Collections Are Objects Too
The Properties Collection
Closing DAO Objects
A Look at the DAO Objects
The CurrentDb Function

15. Programming DAO: Data Definition Language

Creating a Database
Opening a Database
Creating a Table and Its Fields
Creating an Index
Creating a Relation
Creating a QueryDef

16. Programming DAO: Data Manipulation Language

Recordset Objects
Opening a Recordset
Moving Through a Recordset
Finding Records in a Recordset
Editing Data Using a Recordset

VI: ActiveX Data Objects
17. ADO and OLE DB

What Is ADO?
Installing ADO
ADO and OLE DB
The ADO Object Model
Finding OLE DB Providers
A Closer Look at Connection Strings

Appendixes

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