Complete tutorial for database developers!Thorough coverage of PL/SQLPractical "cookbook" techniques Effectively create and manage complex databases with Oracle! Systems and database expert Kevin Owens explores PL/SQL, Oracle's answer to the Structured Query Language (SQL), and teaches you what you need to know to build robust and complex databases for your business. Using easy-to-follow instructions and examples, this book presents techniques to take advantage of Oracle features such as triggers and stored procedures-features that allow your databases to incorporate business rules which are easy to manage and modify as the business evolves. Topics covered include: Viewing constraints in the data dictionaryComplex rule enforcementPL/SQL program units and language featuresData types and composite structureError handling and exceptionsInter-process communicationsDeclarative constraints, including primary key, unique, foreign key, check, and much more Programming Oracle Triggers and Stored Procedures, Third Edition, is an invaluable resource for database developers, designers, and project leaders looking to build and maintain truly intelligent, complex databases
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The concept of 'trigger' is a core concept of Chomsky's Minimalist Program. The idea that certain types of movement are triggered by some property of the target position is at least as old as the notion that the movement of noun phrases to the subject position is triggered by their need to receive nominative case. In more recent versions of syntactic theory, triggering mechanisms are thought to regulate all of movement. Furthermore, a quite narrow range of triggering mechanisms is permitted. As is to be expected, such a restrictive approach meets a variety of difficulties. Specifically, the question is whether all triggering elements required to cover displacement of all kinds in natural language can be independently motivated. Further, how can a trigger theory, which crucially relies on the idea that all movement is obligatory, deal with apparently optional movement processes? Are features an adequate means to express the triggering function in all cases? More radically, are all movement phenomena really the result of the checking of trigger features? And what about apparent triggering factors that are 'external' to syntax such as prosody - can they be captured in a rigid trigger theory? In other words, could certain aspects of triggered movement be due to interface conditions? Such is the range of questions addressed by the fourteen contributions to this book. They cover a considerable range of languages (including Afrikaans, Breton, Bulgarian, Dutch, English, French, German, Gungbe, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Kiswahili, Romanian). These papers present materials, both empirical and theoretical, that will not fail to have considerable impact on the further development of the concept of trigger in syntactic theory.
In his first book, A Complete Guide to Technical Trading Tactics, John Person introduced traders to the concept of integrating candlestick charting with pivot point analysis. Now, in Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading Triggers, he goes a step further and shows you how to devise your own setups and triggers—in the stock, forex, and futures markets—based on a moving average approach. Note: Website and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
People exercise with very simple reasons. They want to look better and feel better. Many people approach new exercise programs with the same siplicity. What is not simple, is the motivation it takes to be successful in a new exercise program. You must first seek the right motivation first. Any successful program comes with a motivated individual first. For me, I had to lose my home and endure divorce before I found the time to write this book. By findinng the right motives, you will increase your chances of success in anything. Once you are motivated, the plan will be easy.There are six basic questions anyone must answer before entering into a new exercise program. This book will quickly show you the way.
In business - as in life - the right behaviours matter. But getting it right is tricky. Even when we acknowledge the need to change what we do and how we do it, life has a habit of getting in the way, upsetting even the best-laid plans. And just how do we manage those situations that can provoke even the most rational among us into behaving in ways we would rather forget? Triggers confronts head-on the challenges of behaviour and change, looking at the external factors (or 'triggers') - both negative and positive - that affect our behaviours, our awareness of when we need to change, our willingness (or otherwise) to do so and our ability to see the change through. Drawing on his unparalleled experience as an international executive educator and coach, Marshall Goldsmith invites us to understand how our own beliefs and the environments in which we operate can trigger negative behaviours, or a resistance to the need to change. But he also offers up some simple, practical advice to help us navigate the negative and make the most of the triggers that will help us to sustain positive change.
Structured Query Language (SQL) procedures, triggers, and functions, which are also known as user-defined functions (UDFs), are the key database features for developing robust and distributed applications. IBM® DB2® for i supported these features for many years, and they are enhanced in IBM i versions 6.1, 7.1, and 7.2. DB2 for i refers to the IBM DB2 family member and relational database management system that is integrated within the IBM Power operating system that is known as IBM i. This IBM Redbooks® publication includes several of the announced features for SQL procedures, triggers, and functions in IBM i versions 6.1, 7.1, and 7.2. This book includes suggestions, guidelines, and practical examples to develop DB2 for i SQL procedures, triggers, and functions effectively. This book covers the following topics: Introduction to the SQL/Persistent Stored Modules (PSM) language, which is used in SQL procedures, triggers, and functions SQL procedures SQL triggers SQL functions This book is for IBM i database engineers and data-centric developers who strive to provide flexible, extensible, agile, and scalable database solutions that meet business requirements in a timely manner. Before you read this book, you need to know about relational database technology and the application development environment on the IBM Power SystemsTM with the IBM i operating system.
The president of the United States is shot in the head by a would-be assassin. Rushed to hospital and barely saved from death, he discovers that he has new memories - memories that are not his own. A scientific experiment has gone awry, and a small group of people now remember each other's lives. And when one of those people's lives involved access to the most secret and dangerous information in the world, everything will change.
To write a poem requires inspiration. It also requires craft. In Triggers one poet shows how he has been inspired to write by the events of his everyday life and how he has developed methods for turning these experiences into poems.
Traditional monthly churn prediction or sales potential models help companies identify only some of the opportunities they can take action on to grow and retain their customer base; real-time sales and churn triggers help identify the rest…