Programming against databases - Tips and resourcesTo use your database, you need to do some programming. Designing a good relational database, whether it is Oracle, MS Access or SQL Server, gives you the neccessary platform for building your application(s). While this site is dedicated to database analysis and design, we would like to provide you with some tips, strategies and other helpful resources on the net.
This site is about
database design, not programming, really. However, I use SQL statements
here and there, as well as I include them in my ebooks. I also have
chapters on ref cursor usages. So I have set up an introduction page on
SQL programming to get you
started, if you are new to the SQL language.
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