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    Disadvantages: Hard to find expert user, poor monitoring tools Microsoft SQL server- According to the http://www.computerweekly.com/ it is the third biggest selling database eg TFL. According to the www.techwalla.com these are the advantages and disadvantages about MSQL: • Advantages- Enterprise-grade management software, excellent…

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    Database Driven Organisations To initiate about databases, they are valuable across the world by people as individuals or predominantly by businesses for various reasons in which I will evaluate below. The title derives from incorporating any amounts of data from small to large scaled into a base, a base is a foundation that brings this data into one area (usually software) for ease of access, management, processing and locating in an organised manner. Figure 1: Yell, (2016), Wok & Go Yell…

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    volume of data that needs to be scanned. When the query is too complex, the optimizer is no longer able to determine an optimal method and resorts to whole table scans to find the desired records, ignoring the indexing. A whole table scan on a moderate-sized table may take only seconds, but on the very large tables found in data warehouses, it can take several minutes. And when performing a complex query that involves many tables and many indices on those tables, whole table scans can force a…

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    two sorts in DBA: They are Development DBA and Production DBA. 1. A Development DBA - more often than not works intimately with a group of engineers and gets more required in configuration choices, giving guidance on execution and composing great SQL. That can fulfill at a human level since you are a piece of a group and you share the fulfillment of the group 's achievements. 2. A Production DBA - is in charge of keeping up Databases inside an association, so it is an exceptionally…

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    Related Work: The problem of classifying objects in a relational database has been studied extensively within the multi-relational data mining community. There are two main approaches to deal with relational structure. The first approach is based on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) to extend learning techniques so that they can handle relational data. On the other hand, the second approach, called Propositionalization, focuses on aggregating data in a single table so that traditional learning…

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    Relational Database

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    Discuss the advantages of a database management approach to the file processing approach? Give examples to illustrate your answer. According to our text, database management is the process of storing data. In the early days of computers, they would use data resource management to store information in a specific location. This process was very inflexible and extremely costly. Instead, we use database management today. This process allows us to consolidate the data, and integrate it into many…

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    Phar-Mor Fraud Case

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    The Case of Phar-Mor Inc Read “The Case of Phar-Mor Inc.” which can be accessed through the DeVry online library. In 3-4 pages (12-pt type, double-spaced) summarize the case and answer the following questions: 1. Could SOX have prevented the Phar-Mor fraud? How? Which specific sections of SOX? The appropriate response is begging to be proven wrong because the degree that Phar-Mor went to conceal the extortion it might have taken quite a while still to reveal it notwithstanding, over the…

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    CRUD – Defining Information Ownership When developing and implementing a relational database, defining the information and users of the system enable definition of the business rules defining the components of the database management system. An example can be evaluated through the use of a CRUD – create, retrieve, update and delete – matrix as it relates to student information and the individuals or departments related to the school that may require access. The resulting model will be used to…

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    Physical properties of PHB: PHB physical properties similar to polypropylene. However, PHB is perfectly isotactic and does not include any chain branching like, for instance, PE. During processing, it flows easily. It is insoluble in water and soluble in chloroform and other chlorinated hydrocarbons. It exhibits good barrier properties against oxygen and compared to other biopolymers. It possesses better physical properties than polypropylene for food packaging applications. (Chaijamrus & Udpuay…

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    It gives ten valuable reasons for why the readers of High Times believe marijuana should be legalized. The source states prohibition has failed to control the use and domestic production of marijuana, arrests for marijuana possession disproportionately affect blacks and Hispanics and reinforce the perception that law enforcement is biased and prejudiced against minorities, and a regulated, legal market in marijuana would reduce marijuana sales and use among teenagers, as well as reduce their…

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