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Using Oracle Data Modeler: Creating Data Model from Scratch to Generating the Database

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Using Oracle Data Modeler: Creating Data Model from Scratch to Generating the Database

Using Oracle Data Modeler: Creating Data Model from Scratch to Generating the Database by Djoni Darmawikarta
English | 5 Oct 2016 | ASIN: B01LY3U3ZX | 129 Pages | PDF | 5.3 MB

Using Oracle Data Modeler: Creating Data Model from Scratch to Generating the Database is for those who want to learn how to create data models using the Oracle Data Modeler. The book is a tutorial for beginners. You will learn step-by-step and by-examples how to create a new data model and to generate the database from the model.
The data model you will learn in this book is ER (Entity Relationship) data model.
- An ER data model is made up of entities and their relationships.
- An entity is something about the business that the application/system needs to keep its data (data about the entity).
- An entity has attributes, which define the detail of the entity in terms of data items.
The Oracle Data Modeler used in this book is a data modeling tool (software) from Oracle.
- The free of charge GUI of the data modeling tool is rich on ER data modeling features.
- You will go through the modeling steps supported by the tool.
By the end of the book you will have acquired the practical skills to create logical model, engineer the logical to relational and physical models, and generate the DDL and the database, the complete cycle of forward engineering.