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Creating Database-driven Apps with Sinatra - Ruby - About.com
The controller implements a REST-like interface to the Contacts database. Each of the actions is very short and easy to understand. For example, the /contacts/ ...
Your First Controller - Ruby - About.com
Some of the actions for such a controller may be view to view a blog post, or create to insert a new blog post into the database. At its most basic level, a controller ...
Public Citizen Releases Database With Names of 1,111 ...
Over the 10-year period covered by the Questionable Doctors Online database, there were a total of 2,106 disciplinary actions issued against 1,111 doctors in ...
What Is Referential Integrity? - Definition ... - About Databases
Tuan Tran/Moment Open/Getty Images. Definition: Referential integrity is a database concept that ensures that relationships between tables remain consistent.
Creating Traces with SQL Server Profiler - About Databases
Traces allow you to track the specific actions performed against a SQL Server databases. They provide valuable information for troubleshooting database issues ...
Spreadsheets vs. Databases - About Databases
Should you use a spreadsheet or a database? Learn more in this ... And is the business interested in following events or actions? If the data points change but ...
What is a Database? - About Databases
Databases are actually much more powerful than spreadsheets in the way you're able to manipulate data. Here are just a few of the actions that you can perform ...
Transaction Log Shrinking and Truncation in ... - About Databases
However, this benefit comes at a cost: the transaction log can consume a substantial amount of space in an active database. SQL Server provides two actions ...
Microsoft SQL Server - About Databases
It allows you to create SQL traces that track the specific actions performed against a SQL Server databases. SQL traces provide valuable information for ...
Microsoft Access User-Level Security Tutorial - About Databases
It allows you to control the types of data that a user might access (for example, prohibiting sales personnel from looking at accounting data) and the actions they  ...
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