Table of contents for SQL : a beginner's guide / Robert Sheldon.

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 Part I: SQL Databases
 1: Introduction to Relational Databases and SQL
 2: Working with the SQL Environment
 3: Creating and Altering Tables
 4: Enforcing Data Integrity
 5: Creating SQL Views
 6: Managing Database Security

 Part II: Data Access and Modification
 7: Querying SQL Data
 8: Modifying SQL Data
 9: Using Predicates
 10: Working with Functions and Value Expressions
 11: Accessing Multiple Tables
 12: Using Subqueries to Access and Modify Data

 Part III: Advanced Data Access
 13: Creating SQL-Invoked Routines
 14: Creating SQL Triggers
 15: Using SQL Cursors
 16: Managing SQL Transactions
 17: Accessing SQL Data from Your Host Program

 Part IV: Appendixes
 A: Answers to Mastery Checks
 B: SQL:1999 Keywords
 C: SQL Code Used in the Book’s Projects

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: SQL (Computer program language)Relational databases