31253 Database Programming6cp; 3hpw (2hr lecture, 1hr tutorial)
Requisite(s): 31271 Database Fundamentals OR 31061 Database Principles OR 31474 Database Fundamentals OR 31487 Database Management Systems
Anti-requisite(s): 31099 Distributed Database Programming and Administration
It is assumed that students are familiar with basic database concepts; familiarity with the SQL language is mandatory and previous experience with at least one higher-level programming language is required.
This subject teaches students how to design, develop and evaluate database programming and administration solutions to meet pre-defined quality characteristics of functionality (suitability, security), usability (operability), efficiency (time behaviour, resource utilisation), and maintainability (changeability, testability). Database programming and administration solutions are implemented using Oracle 11G, SQL*Plus and PL/SQL. Concepts, theories and technologies underlying the methods and techniques are introduced and explained as required. Students apply all that they have learnt to develop a small application to solve a database problem.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125