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MySQL: The Complete Reference (Anglais) Broché – 8 janvier 2004
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...perennially popular open-source companions for creating database-driven web sites. These guides cover MySQL, as well as its use with PHP and other languages...Complete Reference tries to be all things to all people, covering topics from an introduction to relational databases and installing and configuring MySQL to reference material for administrators, but is most appropriate for new and intermediate users. Sidebars and notes add info and link to additional resources, while a welcome thoroughness and clarity make this a good, basic purchase for all libraries. (Library Journal 2004-12-01)
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I did find a few subjects which need more depth, but most subjects were covered well enough to answer my questions.
This 4 star rating is from the perspective of a beginning to intermediate web application developer. My purpose in buying this book was to get from a basic SQL knowledge (via a local community college Oracle class) to a better understanding of MySQL, to use with PHP etc. I am not a systems administrator and have no desire to be one. Just wanted to use MySQL on a couple business projects, and MySQL Complete Reference has definitely helped.
I think it is an excellent choice for a beginning to intermediate LAMP or MySQL application developer. For an application developer, I highly recommend it.
purchase this text for an affordable price
here at Amazon. Thank you for making this
MySQL first started catching on, but not, time has past, operating
systems have evolved, hardware has changed, MySQL has changed,
gone from an independent open source entity, to being owned by Sun
Microsystems, now to being owned by Oracle.
This is pretty hopelessly out of date at this point, so I could not recommend
it even for the bargain it is. Maybe if you are desperate to get some idea
of MySQL, have web access, and do not have the money to afford a new
updated book .. but really, not even then.
This is a good introduction for MySQL users who have not read through a MySQL book before, and need somebody to help them work through reasonably complicated concepts in plain English. It's also a good book for people who have worked through online documentation but want to integrate the bits and pieces they've picked up from other places.
It has copious and easy-to-follow examples, and if you read it through, you will become confident using MySQL's basic and intermediate functionalities.
This book is not as good when it gets to more advanced topics. Part of that is due to the fact that it only covers MySQL through version 4.1, so many of the more advanced features in verison 5.0 like stored procedures and triggers are not covered at all (nor is the mysqli extension for PHP covered in the PHP section of the book). Also, a number of features that were available in 4.1, like transactions, are not covered in enough detail. For example, while a basic example of a transaction is given, I don't think that this book contains enough real-world examples for determining what specific transaction isolation level one would choose in a given circumstance. The discussion of isolation levels relies on theoretical graphs instead.
For a current purchaser, I'd give this 3 stars - good for a beginner or intermediate reader, not as good for an advanced reader. I would give it 4 stars but it's out of date so I wouldn't recommend it for most current purchasers.