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[pgsql-ayuda] Perl Databases: The Starting Point for Newbies. (fwd)

From: "Ing(dot) Roberto Andrade" <randrade(at)campus(dot)iztacala(dot)unam(dot)mx>
To: pgsql-ayuda <pgsql-ayuda(at)tlali(dot)iztacala(dot)unam(dot)mx>, Lista de Perl <perl(at)tlali(dot)iztacala(dot)unam(dot)mx>
Subject: [pgsql-ayuda] Perl Databases: The Starting Point for Newbies. (fwd)
Date: 1999-03-23 22:38:30
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Hola:

El mensaje que aparece bajo contiene algunas ligas interesantes sobre
manejo de bases de datos.

Saludos,

                       Roberto Andrade Fonseca
                Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

                     Teléfonos: 623-1154, 623-1119
               e-mail: randrade(at)campus(dot)iztacala(dot)unam(dot)mx

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Date: Mon, 22 Mar 1999 10:43:22 -0600
From: Dickerson, Monty W. <Monty(dot)Dickerson(at)econophone(dot)com>
To: "Dbi-Users List (E-mail)" <dbi-users(at)fugue(dot)com>
Subject: Perl Databases: The Starting Point for Newbies. 

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Tim, until you all publish THE book in August (hopefully!?!), I'm resorting
to a more mature, documented (tons more sample code too) Win32::ODBC (yeah,
yuck I know).  I'd recommend anyone who's have trouble starting with DBI to
try an ODBC first for learning (iODBC etc for Un*x)!

Here's 2 good links for SQL beginners:

* http://www.netaxs.com/~joc/perl/article/SQL.html
Demystifying SQL by Joseph L. Casadonte Jr.  Very short overview of SQL to
get over the paranoia and get behind the curtain of the cult :) of database
programming

* http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Node/9672/sqltut.html
* http://www.highcroft.com/highcroft/sql_intro.pdf (Adobe PDF Version)
Introduction to Structured Query Language, Version 4.3, by James Hoffman;
the first comprehensive SQL tutorial available on the Internet.  "ANSI", or
standard SQL, with a "Nonstandard SQL" section for SQL features of specific
database management systems.

Also:
* http://www.keller.com/dbweb
From: Gary Grubb ggrubb(at)sr(dot)hp(dot)com on March 15, 1999 10:10 AM.  "Another
great link. This site offers the course notes and setup instructions to the
PerlDBI class they offer. I took the one day class and used these notes to
setup my database interface."

> As a courtesy to people who wanted the same answers as me, and to
contribute
> something back to the community, I offer this starting point for newbies
to
> Perl database programming.
> 
> WEB SITES:
> 
> * http://outside.organic.com/mail-archives/dbi-users/
> * http://www.xray.mpe.mpg.de/mailing-lists/dbi/
> Archives of the DBI-Users mailing list.
> 
> * http://eskimo.tamu.edu/~jbaker/dbi-examples.html
> The purpose of this document is to provide some examples for using the
Perl
> DBI modules to access databases. The motivation for this is to relieve
some
> of the FAQ traffic on the DBI mailing list.  Over the course of this
> document, we will build a robust DBI program to access an Oracle database.
> We will start with DBI basics, then introduce concepts to improve
> performance and reliability.
> 
> * http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/backend/tutorials/tutorial1.html
> Web Database Crash Course; by Richard Dice <rdice(at)pobox(dot)com>.  This
> five-part crash course will take you, step by step, from general
information
> about your database options to the nitty-gritty of setting up an online
> database.
> 
> * http://www.hermetica.com/technologia/perl/DBI/doc/faq.html
> DBI Frequently Asked Questions; by Alligator Descartes
> <descarte(at)arcana(dot)co(dot)uk>.  This document serves to answer the most
frequently
> asked questions on both the DBI Mailing Lists and personally to members of
> the DBI development team.
> 
> * http://www.hermetica.com/technologia/perl/DBI/doc/tpj5/index.html
> "DBI - A Database Interface for perl5"[draft]: This article was originally
> published in issue 5 of "The Perl Journal". 
> 
> * http://dc.pm.org/perl_db.html
> This discussion will focus on Perl's DBI, or Database Interface. By Chris
> Winters <cwinters(at)intes(dot)net> with help from the DBI documentation and
> various postings on the dbi_users mailing list. 
> 
> * http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/6278/perl-win32-database.html
> Perl-Win32-Database FAQ.  This is a result of seeing too many questions
> about the same subject in mailing list Perl-Win32-Database. 
> 
> * http://blnet.com/msqlpc/tutorials.htm
> mSQL PC Tutorials: This page contains documentation for newbies on
> relational and client/server databases in general. 
> 
> USENET Newsgroups
> * comp.lang.perl.modules
> 
> 
> truly yrs ||
>  Monty


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