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RDBMS and MySQL


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Course Name        BSc IT (Bachelor of Science in Information Technology)

Subject Code       BT0075 (RDBMS and MySQL )

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RDBMS and MySQL Syllabus.

Unit 1: Basics of MySQL
Features of MySQL; Top 10 Reasons to use MySQL; MySQL Development Roadmap; Connecting to and Disconnecting from the Server; Accessing and Creating Databases and Tables; Loading Data.

Unit 2: Data Types
Numeric Types; String Types – The CHAR and VARCHAR Types, The BLOB and TEXT Types, The ENUM Type, The SET Type; Date and Time
Types – The DATETIME, DATE, and TIMESTAMP Types, The TIME Type, The YEAR Type, Y2K Issues and Data Types; Column Type Storage Requirements; Choosing the Right Type for a Column; Using Column Types from Other Database Engines.

Unit 3: Data Definition Language (DDL)
CREATE DATABASE; CREATE INDEX; CREATE TABLE; ALTER DATABASE; ALTER TABLE; DROP DATABASE; DROP INDEX; DROP TABLE; DESCRIBE.

Unit 4: Data Manipulation Language (DML)
Loading Data into a Table – INSERT, INSERT ... SELECT, INSERT DELAYED, LOAD DATA INFILE; Retrieving Information from a Table – Retrieving Specific Rows and Columns, Sorting Query Results, Grouping Query Results.

Unit 5: Advanced Data Manipulation Language
JOIN; UNION; DELETE; TRUNCATE; UPDATE; DO; HANDLER; REPLACE.

Unit 6: Subqueries
The Subquery as Scalar Operand; Comparisons Using Subqueries; Subqueries with ANY, IN, and SOME; Subqueries with ALL; Correlated Subqueries; EXISTS and NOT EXISTS; Row Subqueries; Subqueries in the FROM clause;

Unit 7: Operators and Functions
Operators – Parentheses, Comparison Operators, Logical Operators, Case Sensitive Operators; Control Flow Functions; String Functions; Numeric Functions – Arithmetic Operators, Mathematical Functions; Date and Time Functions.

Unit 8: Advanced Functions
Full-text Search Functions – Boolean Full-text Searches, Full-text Searches with Query Expansion, Full-text Restrictions, Fine-tuning MySQL Full-text Search, Full-text Search TODO; Cast Functions; Other Functions – Bit Functions, Encryption Functions, Information Functions; Functions and Modifiers for Use with GROUP BY Clauses – GROUP BY (Aggregate) Functions, GROUP BY Modifiers.

Unit 9: Transaction Management
START TRANSACTION, COMMIT, and ROLLBACK Syntax; Statements that cannot be Rolled back; Statements that cause an Implicit Commit; SAVEPOINT and ROLLBACK TO SAVEPOINT Syntax; LOCK TABLES and UNLOCK TABLES Syntax; SET TRANSACTION Syntax.

Unit 10: Stored Procedures
Stored Procedure and Routines; Maintaining Stored Procedures – CREATE PROCEDURE and CREATE FUNCTION, ALTER PROCEDURE and ALTER FUNCTION, DROP PROCEDURE and DROP FUNCTION, SHOW CREATE PROCEDURE and SHOW CREATE FUNCTION; SHOW PROCEDURE STATUS and SHOW FUNCTION STATUS; CALL Statement.

Unit 11: Control Statements
BEGIN ... END Compound Statement; DECLARE Statement; Variables in Stored Procedures; Variable SET Statement; SELECT ... INTO Statement; DECLARE Conditions and Handlers; Flow Control Constructs – IF Statement, CASE Statement, LOOP Statement, LEAVE Statement, ITERATE Statement, REPEAT Statement, WHILE Statement; Cursors – Declaring Cursors, Cursor OPEN Statement, Cursor FETCH Statement, Cursor CLOSE Statement.

Unit 12: User Account Management
Adding New User Accounts to MySQL; MySQL Usernames and Passwords; Securing the Initial MySQL Accounts; Removing User Accounts from MySQL; Limiting Account Resources; Assigning Account Passwords; Keeping Your Password Secure; Account Management Statements – DROP USER Syntax, GRANT and REVOKE Syntax, SET PASSWORD Syntax.

Unit 13: General Security Issues
General Security Guidelines; Making MySQL Secure Against Attackers; Startup Options for mysqld concerning security; Security Issues with LOAD DATA LOCAL. Unit 14: Log Files Error Log; The General Query Log; The Binary Log; The Slow Query Log; Log File Maintenance.


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