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About this book

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Recital Essentials, serves as an introduction to the Recital Database and scripting language and provides real-world examples of common uses. No previous programming experience is necessary, as this book explains programming concepts in familiar and easy-to-understand terms. It also includes a fundamental Recital language guide. Written by the developers of Recital, Recital Essentials provides details on best practices to use when developing and deploying Recital desktop and web applications.

Barry Mavin
Yvonne Milne

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to Recital
  2. Getting Started with Recital
  3. The Recital Compiler
  4. A Recital Primer
  5. Recital Variables and Constants
  6. Recital Operators
  7. Recital Flow Control and Looping
  8. Recital Functions
  9. Recital Arrays
  10. Working With String Data in Recital
  11. Working With Date and Time Data in Recital
  12. Working With Numeric Data in Recital
  13. Working with Files and File Systems in Recital
  14. Working with Directories in Recital
  15. Recital Object-Oriented Programming
  16. Error and Exception Handling
  17. Using Shared Code libraries
  18. Using the Code and Data Profiler
  19. Debugging and Testing Techniques
  20. Understanding Recital Databases
  21. Using Navigational Data Access Commands in Recital
  22. Using Recital SQL
  23. Importing and Exporting Data
  24. Working with Multimedia Data
  25. Backup and Restore Databases
  26. Verifying Database Integrity
  27. Data Replication
  28. Securing Your Data
  29. Database Timelines
  30. Tuning and Performance Optimization
  31. Building Data Agents Using the Messaging Functions
  32. Remote Data Connectivity
  33. Client/Server Data Access With ODBC and JDBC
  34. Fault Tolerance and High Availability
  35. Appendix A: Recital Data Types