With this book, the Interbase manuals (available free on-line in PDF) and the Firebird software, you can create and maintain high performance, industrial. The Firebird Book: A Reference for Database Developers. Authors; (view Download book PDF. Chapters Table of contents Search within book. Front Matter. Download The Firebird Full Book PDF. Based on the story of the ballet famed for its Igor Stravinsky music, San Souci's impassioned retelling and Waldherr's.
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In the new edition, the SQL parts, with updated content, are more distinctly distributed according to function definition, manipulation, procedural programming. Where it matters, it is made clear at which point in Firebird's evolution the previously "undoable" becomes "doable" and how the same thing might be achieved with an older engine version. And until now, no other book has been available. From Drawing Board to Database. The Firebird Book:
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Start watching. Although less publicized than other open source database management systems, Firebird continues to gain a dedicated following of professional users.
And until now, no other book has been available. This is the first, official book on Firebird—the free, independent, open source relational database server that emerged in Based on the actual Firebird Project, this book will provide all you need to know about Firebird database development, like installation, multi-platform configuration, SQL, interfaces, and maintenance.
The text is well-stocked with tips, code examples, and explanations to reinforce the material covered.
This book concentrates on Firebird edition 1. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide. The Firebird Book: A Reference for Database Developers.
Front Matter Pages i-xxxiii. Front Matter Pages Pages Network Setup. Configuring Firebird. Operating Basics.
Firebird Server. Firebird Clients.
About Firebird Data Types. Number Types.
Date and Time Types. Character Types. BLOBs and Arrays.
Above all, Firebird 3 provides more options for server and database security. An authentication database can be dedicated to one or more specific databases, or embedded within a user database. Despite the advances, Firebird 3 is still the Firebird that we know and love.
This Supplement provides an updated reference for everyone who uses, or wants to use, the Firebird relational database management system as a back-end component to software ranging from bulk data collectors to enterprise-wide systems.
The original "The Firebird Book: Since then, as first Firebird V2. The new and revised edition largely follows the organisation of the original, packaging the Firebird essentials and know-how in eight parts, each consisting of groups of chapters reflecting a typical workflow for developers learning a database management system in new territory. More than a dozen appendices provide quick reference to facts, error codes, internal and external functions and more.
This new edition provides a similarly useful desktop reference to its predecessor for most levels of professional user. Because there's a lot more to be documented now, some of the theoretical stuff has been moved out to make way for the practical. This decision wasn't entirely due to pressure on the "real estate": The "Firing Up" section at the front of the book now has a chapter on migrating databases from older versions to new.
The original "Tools" part, covering the command-line utilities, has been split up and redistributed into appropriate chapters. Much of that material will now be found in the large, new section for database administrators, which covers the tools and facilities that didn't exist in V1.
In the new edition, the SQL parts, with updated content, are more distinctly distributed according to function definition, manipulation, procedural programming.
The need for this slight change of approach arose from the variety of significant changes and improvements in the language areas over the time since the first Firebird Book edition was published.
Data Manipulation Language DML became a lot richer, too, supporting not just new operations but also new ways to do things with expressions and subsets. Older versions of Firebird are not ignored, though.