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SIE 557 - Overview

Database System Applications

Silvia Nittel
Room 334  Boardman Hall
nittel@spatial.maine.edu

Course Objectives

Covers object-relational database system, and using them in Java and web applications. Object-relational database systems. The relational data model. The SQL language. SQL queries. Installing, designing, populating, updating and querying database systems. Using graphical user interfaces for database management. Data streaming. Programming database systems with Java and JDBC. Programming web-based database application with Java, PHP or NetBeans, and a database system.

Lec. 3. Cr. 3.

Prerequisites: SIE 507, programming experience in Java, or C++

Course Goals and Objectives

A. Class Sessions

B. Course Materials

Textbooks:

Software:

We will use  MySQL, Java, and PHP.

C. Communications

D. Important Notices

E. Instructor Office Hours & Discussion Sessions

For discussions with the instructor, E-mail to nittel@spatial.maine.edu is often the simplest way to get a message through and a response and arrange for a meeting.


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Computing and Information Science Courses Online
The University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469
207.581.1110
A Member of the University of Maine System