posted 3 years ago in CUBRID Apps&Tools category by Esen Sagynov
This is the continuation, the third and fourth parts, of CUBRID Manager video trainings. In the first two episodes we have covered what CUBRID Manager is, its architecture, how to connect to CUBRID server and to a particular database. You also learnt about how to start the databases or how to "autostart" them, and many other issues related to database configuration.
More interesting stuff like system objects, system tables and views in CUBRID Manager, as well as how to perform basic database operations like browsing tables and views, executing queries, accessing the aggregated information were also discussed in the previous episodes. So, if you missed the first two episodes, you would better watch them first, as these last episodes will continue the talk from where we left off in the second episode.
So, in this third video tutorial about CUBRID Manager you will learn about several new topics. First, about Triggers: how to establish a trigger in CUBRID Manager, what kind of triggers are available for the user, and how to manipulate them. Second, Stored Procedures, its configurations, the documentation on Stored Procedures in CUBRID. Third, you will learn about OID, the unique record identifier, similar to ROWID in SQLite.
The fourth part will talk about database functions like backup/restore, load/upload, copy/replicate, rename, optimize, check the integrity, etc. I am sure it will be interesting for you to learn what the default optimization techniques are that can be periodically performed on your database.
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