Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition by Sharon Allen, Evan Terry

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By Sharon Allen, Evan Terry

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So not only must they be enforceable by the RDBMS, these constraints must also be enforced by the RDBMS, not by any application program that uses this database. 2007 02:07:12] What Are Codd’s Rules of an RDBMS? Rule 11: Distribution Independence Rule 11 states that an RDBMS has distribution independence. Distribution independence implies that users shouldn’t have to be aware of whether a database is distributed. This means that anyone using data should be totally unaware of whether the database is distributed (in other words, whether parts of the database exist in multiple locations).

Codd to apply relational set theory to data storage provide sound analysis and documentation goals for describing the details of data element behavior in a business activity. The relational model provides a data organization technique that allows for consistency in storing and retrieving data by using recognized mathematical operations. A good point to remember is that scientific models reflect a sort of theoretical perfection that no one ever achieves in reality (which results in the need to sometimes break the rules once you know when it’s a good idea to do so).

Basically, a view can be updated only if the Data Manipulation Language (DML) command against the view can be unambiguously decomposed into corresponding DML commands against rows and columns of the underlying base tables. 2007 02:07:12] What Are Codd’s Rules of an RDBMS? in the base table. Inserting rows through views is usually problematic, as there may well be columns outside the view scope that are NOT NULL (but with no default value defined). Rule 7: High-Level Insert, Update, and Delete Rule 7 states that the capability of handling a base relation or a derived relation as a single operand applies not only to the retrieval of data but also to the insertion, update, and deletion of data.

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