- eBook:PostgreSQL 11 Server Side Programming Quick Start Guide: Effective database programming and interaction
- Author:Luca Ferrari
- Data:November 29, 2018
- Pages:260 pages
- Learn the concepts of PostgreSQL 11 with lots of real-world datasets and examples
- Learn queries, data replication, and database performance
- Extend the functionalities of your PostgreSQL instance to suit your organizational needs
Book DescriptionPostgreSQL is a rock-solid, scalable, and safe enterprise-level relational database. With a broad range of features and stability, it is ever increasing in popularity.This book shows you how to take advantage of PostgreSQL 11 features for server-side programming. Server-side programming enables strong data encapsulation and coherence.
The book begins with the importance of server-side programming and explains the risks of leaving all the checks outside the database. To build your capabilities further, you will learn how to write stored procedures, both functions and the new PostgreSQL 11 procedures, and create triggers to perform encapsulation and maintain data consistency.
You will also learn how to produce extensions, the easiest way to package your programs for easy and solid deployment on different PostgreSQL installations.
What you will learn
- Explore data encapsulation
- Write stored procedures in different languages
- Interact with transactions from within a function
- Get to grips with triggers and rules
- Create and manage custom data types
- Create extensions to package code and data
- Implement background workers and Inter-Process Communication (IPC)
- How to deal with foreign languages, in particular Java and Perl
Who this book is forThis book is for database administrators, data engineers, and database engineers who want to implement advanced functionalities and master complex administrative tasks with PostgreSQL 11.
Chapter 2: Statement Tricks: UPSERTs, RETURNING, and CTEs
Chapter 3: The PL/pgSQL Language
Chapter 4: Stored Procedures
Chapter 5: PL/Perl and PL/Java
Chapter 6: Triggers
Chapter 7: Rules and the Query Rewriting System
Chapter 8: Extensions
Chapter 9: Inter Process Communication and Background Workers
Chapter 10: Custom Data Types