Chapter 8. Working with Databases
Database systems are the main mechanism used by most organizations to store and administer organizational data. Online sales, bank-related operations, customer service history, and credit card transactions are some examples of data stored in databases.
This is the first of two chapters fully dedicated to working with databases. This chapter provides an overview of the main database concepts. It also covers the following topics:
- Connecting to databases
- Previewing and getting data from a database
- Inserting, updating, and deleting data from a database
Introducing the Steel Wheels sample database
As you were told in the first chapter, there is a Pentaho Demo that includes data for a fictional store named Steel Wheels and ...