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@devesh • 10 Apr, 2008
Hi all,
could anyone please suggest me the best books for DBMS and SQL(for beginners or you can say introductory).
counting on your replies!!!!
@friendster7 • 10 Apr, 2008 Re: Help needed

the best book for DBMS is "Fundamentals of Database system"by
(ELMASRI,NAVATHE,SOMAYAJULU,GUPTHA.)
@friendster7 • 10 Apr, 2008 Re: Help needed

Try this one for SQL"Head First SQL: Your Brain on SQL -- A Learner's Guide (Head First)"
https://rapidshare.com/files/106351421/9780596526849-0596526849.rar
@devesh • 11 Apr, 2008 😁thanks a lot buddy..
i'll check it out.
@friendster7 • 11 Apr, 2008 you are welcome buddy..
@devesh • 11 Apr, 2008 hi friendster7,

is there any particular book(that comes handy) which u can refer for SQL,if u keep those ebooks aside
@friendster7 • 11 Apr, 2008 [​IMG]



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@devesh • 11 Apr, 2008 once again thanks a ton....
@Yamini L • 12 Apr, 2008 I think the best book for DBMS would be Abraham Silberchatrz..check it out..
@Prasad Ajinkya • 12 Apr, 2008 I would strongly suggest DBMS - Korth. The author takes you from the ground up and builds your fundamentals by explaining the exact logic behind SQL queries.

For beginners, start reading up ANSI SQL, rather than any particular flavour of SQL, since then you can write queries on any particular DBMS.
@zeba • 14 Apr, 2008 i find korth, which is same as silberschatz, best for many topics in DBMS.chapter 3 of navathe is better than the corresponding topic in korth. functional dependency and normalization is best given in Navathe. so refer both. I have oracle university's introduction to Oracle9i:SQL student guide. It teaches u in the minimum possible time. very easy to learn quickly from that. Complete reference of oracle is too detailed and so good when u have patience.every topic is given in much depth.might help.
@Er_divvy • 15 Apr, 2008 😁hi buy korth dtabase syayems if you want its softcopy i wiil mail it to you.
@devesh • 15 Apr, 2008 oh! that would be a great help.
you can mail me the soft copy on deveshsrivastava@rkgit.edu.in
or if want to send me the link for that then you can send me on deveshns@hcl.in

Thanks a lot for that.
@devesh • 17 Apr, 2008 hey Er Divvy!!!!!!!!!! i am waiting for the soft copy.

Regards
Devesh
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