Beginning C# 2008 Databases: From Novice to Professional by Syed Fahad Gilani, Vidya Vrat Agarwal, Jon Reid, Ranga

By Syed Fahad Gilani, Vidya Vrat Agarwal, Jon Reid, Ranga Raghuram, James Huddleston, Jacob Hammer Pedersen

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Likewise, for a Managers table with a manager column and a column containing a list of employees in Employees table who work for a given manager, the manager and the list would be accessible by name, but the individual employees in the list wouldn’t be. All relations—and SQL tables—are by definition in 1NF since the lowest level of accessibility (known as the table’s granularity) is the column level, and column values are scalars in SQL. Second Normal Form (2NF) Second normal form requires that attributes (the formal term for SQL columns) that aren’t parts of keys be functionally dependent on a key that uniquely identifies them.

The main advantage CTEs provide you is that the queries with derived tables become simpler, as traditional Transact-SQL constructs used to work with derived tables usually require a separate definition for the derived data (such as a temporary table). Using a CTE to define the derived table makes it easier to see the definition of the derived table with the code that uses it.

QBE was invented by Moshé M. Zloof at IBM Research during the mid-1970s, in parallel to the development of SQL. It differs from SQL in that it has a graphical user interface that allows users to write queries by creating example tables on the screen. QBE is especially suited for queries that are not too complex and can be expressed in terms of a few tables. QBE was developed at IBM and is therefore an IBM trademark, but a number of other companies also deal with query interfaces like QBE. Some systems, such as Microsoft Access, have been influenced by QBE and have partial support for form-based queries.

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