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Unit 3

  1. 1. Page 1 of 10 Content Mapping of Database & SQL DATABASE AND SQL Database Concepts Structured Query LanguageRelational Data Model Relational Algebra DDL DML DCL Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  2. 2. Page 2 of 10 Database ConceptsWhat is Database ?A database is the collection of data in an organized manner.Advantages of Database over file system • Data Independence can be achieved i.e. data and programs that manipulate the data are two different entities. • The amount of data redundancy(repetition of data) in stored data can be reduced. • Stored Data can be shared by single or multiple users. • Data Integrity (i.e. when database contains only accurate data) can be maintained • Data Security can be easily implemented.Relational Data Model: Relational data model is introduced by C.F.Codd in 1970. The relational data model describes the world as “a collection of inter-relatedrelations (or tables) “. In other way ,in relational data model the data is organized into tables (i.e rows andcolumns) these tables are called relations.The relational model has provided basis for:  Research on theory of data/relationship/constraint  Numerous database design methodologies  The standard database access language SQL  Almost all modern commercial database management systemsFundamental concepts in Relational Data Model1. Domain: A domain D is the original sets of atomic values used to model data. By atomic, we mean that each value in the domain is indivisible as far as therelational model is concerned.For example:  The domain of day shift is the set of all possible days : {Mon, Tue, Wed…}2. Tuple : The row of tables (relations ) are generally referred as tuples.3. Attribute : The columns of the table (relation) are generally referred as attributes4. Relation (Relation state): Relation can be viewed as a “table”. In that table, each rowrepresents a tuple of data values and each column represents an attribute. A relation is also a subset of the Cartesian product of a list of domainscharacterised by a name..Given n domains denoted by D1, D2, …, Dn , r is a relation defined on these domains ifr⊆D1×D2×...×Dn Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  3. 3. Page 3 of 10 5. The degree of a relation is the number of attributes n of its relational schema. 6. The cardinality of a relation is the number of tuples present in a relation. Figure : EMPLOYEE Relational Data Model Key: Key is able to specify how one row is distinguished from another row in a relation. Primary Key : It is one or more columns in a table used to uniquely identify each row in the table.A single column primary key is called as Simple Key.A multicolumn primary key is called Composite Key. Ex: student rollno in Student table(rollno,name,marks) Candidate Key: It is, a minimal set of columns that can be used to identify a single row. In Employee table(employeeID, Name, job, departmentID) would be {employeeID, Name}, {employeeID, Name, job}, and {employeeID, Name, job, departmentID}. So, employeeID is a candidate key.. employeeID Name job departmentID 12460 Pawan kumar Mgr 10 23909 Aarti Sharma Clerk 20 65809 Navneet Thakre Asst. Mgr. 30Candidate Key Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  4. 4. Page 4 of 10 Alternate Key: In the candidate key the key which is not primary key is the alternate key. In above table (name,job) can be taken as an alternate key. Relational Algebra Concepts: Relational Algebra: It is a Relational Database language which provides notations for deriving information from the permanent relations in the database. Relational Algebra uses some specialized operators to extract data from database. The operators are :  (sigma)  (pi)  (rho) X(Cartesian product) U (union)  (intersection) - (difference) The SELECT Operation ( (sigma)) SELECT operation is an unary operation and is used to select a subset of the tuples from a relation that satisfy the selection condition. Syntax : <selection condition> (R)  -> used to denote the SELECT operator <selection condition> -> is a boolean expression. e.g. Retrieve from the STUDENT relation the tuples for those students having level >= 2 Result : LEVEL>=2 (STUDENT) The PROJECT Operation ( (pi)) It is a unary operator which projects out a vertical subset of a given relation Syntax : <attribute list> (R) Query : Retrieve the room numbers of lecturers Result : ROOM# (LECTURER) The RENAME Operation ( (rho)) When sequence of operations are exercised on the relations, then in many cases, the relation names and attribute names are renamed Query : Rename the STUDENT(S#,SNAME,LEVEL) to LEARNER (ROLL,NAME,DEGREE) Result : LEARNER(ROLL,NAME,DEGREE) (STUDENT) Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  5. 5. Page 5 of 10• UNION (U): The set of tuples that are in relation R or in relation S, or in both is denoted by R U S or (R union S) Roll Name Marks Roll Name Marks 11 Mounika 65 12 Pallavi 94 14 Mousumi 89 14 Mousumi 89 Relation R Relation S Roll Name Marks 11 Mounika 65 12 Pallavi 94 14 Mousumi 89 R US• INTERSECTION (): The set of tuples that are in R and also in S and is denoted by RS or (R intersect S) Roll Name Marks 14 Mousumi 89 RS• SET DIFFERENCE (-) : The set of tuples that are in R but not in S is denoted by (R minus S) or R-S Roll Name Marks 11 Mounika 65 CARTESIAN PRODUCT (X) Let R and S be relations of degree n1 and n2 respectively. Then the Cartesian Product ofR and S, is of degree n1+n2. It is denoted by R X SSuppose relation R is R(A1,A2,…,An) and relation S is S(B1,B2,….,Bm) then Q=R X Sis Q(A1,A2,…An,B1,B2,….Bm)If R has k1 tuples and S has k2 tuples then R X S will have k1*k2 tuples.Roll Name Marks Age Class12 Pallavi 94 17 XII 14 Mousumi 89 14 IX Relation R Relation S Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  6. 6. Page 6 of 10 Roll Name Marks Age Class 12 Pallavi 94 17 XII 12 Pallavi 94 14 IX 14 Mousumi 89 17 XII 14 Mousumi 89 14 IX Relation R X S STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGESQL is a standardized query language that provides interface to relational databasesystem..The SQL has provided a set of commands to access data from the RelationalDatabase.Basic structure of SQL • SELECT Clause : It corresponds the Projection operation of the relational algebra. It is used to list the attributes required in the result of a query. • FROM Clause : It corresponds to the Cartesian Product operation of the relational algebra. It lists the relations to be used for getting the result. • WHERE Clause : It corresponds to the selection predicate of the relational algebra. It consists of a predicate involving attributes of the relations that appear in the from clause. The syntax is Select <Column list> From <Table name> Where <Conditions>Advantages of SQL:  It is a Non-procedural Language  It reduces the amount of time required for creating and manipulating tables.  It is a language for all users  SQL provides easy to learn commands  It is a common Language for all relational databases.Components of SQL:  DDL ( Data Definition Language)  DML ( Data Manipulation Language)  DCL ( Data Control Language) DDL : It is a set of SQL commands used to create,modify and delete database structures. Ex: Create, Alter, Drop, Truncate, Rename Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  7. 7. Page 7 of 10 DML: The Data Manipulation Language (DML) is used to retrieve, insert and modify database information. Ex: Insert, Update, Delete, Select DCL : It is the component of SQL statement that control access to the data. Ex: Commit ,Rollback , Savepoint ,Grant ,RevokeDATA TYPES IN SQL:Data types come in several forms and sizes.i.e. Char ,Varchar,date,number etc. • NUMBER(p,s) : To store zero,positive and negative fixed and floating point numbers with magnitude between 1.0X10-130 and 9.9999…X 10125 • DATE Datatype : used to store date and time information. For each DATE value the following information are stored • century • Year • Month • Day • Hour • Minute • Second  CHAR Datatype : fixed length character string. • VARCHAR2 : variable length character string • VARCHAR : synonymous with VARCHAR2 datatype DATA TYPESSl.No. Datatype Description 1 VARCHAR2(size) Variable length character with maximum size 2000. Size is in bytes 2 NUMBER(p,s) Number having precision p and scale s. p from 1 to 38 and s from –84 to 127 3 LONG Character data type of variable length upto 2 GB or 231 - 1 4 DATE Valid range from January 1, 4721 BC to December 31, 4712 AD 5 RAW(size) Raw binary data length size bytes. Maximum 255 bytes 6 ROWID Hexadecimal string datatype returned by ROWID pseudocolumn. 7 CHAR(size) Fixed length character data of maximum 255Constraints:A constraint is a given restriction on a field or a set of fields of a table.Types of Constraint : Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  8. 8. Page 8 of 101. Unique Constraint 2.Primary Key Constraint3. Default Constraint 4.Check Constraint SQL CommandsDDL Commands:  Create Statement: Used to create a table. Syntax: Create table <tablename> (<column name1> datatype[ <size>], <column name2> datatype[ <size>],…..); e.g. 1. create table employee(empcode number(5) ,empname varchar2(20),dob date); 2. create table emp1 (empno number constraint pk_emp1 primary key, ename varchar2(10) constraint nn_ename1 not null, job varchar2(9));  Alter Statement: Used to modify the structure of a table . Syntax: Alter table <tablename>add/modify/drop(<column name1> datatype[ <size>]); E.X- 1. alter table employee add (address varchar2(30) not null); 2. alter table employee modify (address varchar2(40)); 3. alter table employee drop column address;  Drop Statement: Used to drop the structure of a table . Syntax: Drop table <tablename>; E.X- 1. Drop table employee;  Truncate Statement: Used to delete all the records from a table . Syntax: Truncate table <tablename>; E.X- 1. Truncate table empl;  Rename Statement: Used to give another name to a table . Syntax: Rename table <tablename>; E.X- 1. Rename table empl;DML Commands :  Insert Statement: Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  9. 9. Page 9 of 10 Used to insert records into a table . Syntax: insert into <tablename>[<column list>] values (<value>,<value>….); E.X- 1. insert into employee values(555,RAM SHANKAR,25-JUN-1982);  Update Statement: Used to modify or edit records into a table . Syntax: Update <tablename> set values ; E.X- 1. update employee set empname=Ram Gopal where empcode=7934;  Delete Statement: Used to delete records from a table . Syntax: delete from <tablename>[where <predicate>]; E.X- 1. Delete from employee where empno=’e001’; 2. Delete from empl;SELECT Commands :  Select Statement: Used to retrive rows or columns from a table . Syntax: Select <Column list>From <Table name>Where <Conditions> E.X- 1. select empno,ename,job,mgr from emp where empno=7934; Distinct keyword E.X-Select distinct sal from emp; IN keyword E.X- select * from emp where job in (CLERK,ANALYST); Equivalent to select * from emp where job =CLERK’ or job=ANALYST; Between keyword E.X- select * from emp where sal between 3000 and 5000; Group By Clause E.X- select * from emp group by deptno; Having Clause E.X- select empno,ename,job,mgr from emp having MAX(sal)>2000; Order By Clause E.X- select empno,ename,job,mgr from emp order by hiredate desc; SQL Functions:  Sum: to find sum total value of a given attribute. Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science
  10. 10. Page 10 of 10 select SUM(sal) "total" from emp; Max : Returns the maximum value of the expression select MAX(sal) "Maximum" from emp; Min: Returns the Minimum value of the expression select MIN(hiredate) "Minimum" from emp; Avg : returns average value of a group of records for one attribute select avg(sal) "Average" from emp; Count : Returns the number of rows in the query select count(*) "Count" from emp;JOINS :Join is a mechanism which will fetch data from multiple tables.There are 4 types ofjoin.1.Equi Join :-Which will fetch data from multiple tables when a common attribute isavailable among the tables.E.X 1:-Select ename, deptno, loc from EMP, DEPT where EMP.deptno=DEPT.deptno;2.Non-Equi Join:- Which will fetch data from multiple tables when no commonattribute is available among the tables.Select ename, deptno, sal,grade from EMP, SALGRADE where EMP.sal betweenSALGRADE .losal and SALGRADE .hisal;VIEW :-View is a virtual image of original table.E.X-Create view myview as select * from DEPT ; Prepared By Sumit Kumar Gupta, PGT Computer Science

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