CS 272 Software Development

CS 272-01, CS 272-02 • Fall 2022

SQL Demo: Faculty Contact

This is another SQL demo that illustrates the process of designing tables and creating complex SELECT statements from those tables to get different views of the data. The primary table we want to create is as follows:

name email twitter courses
Greg Benson benson@usfca.edu @gregorydbenson CS 315, CS 326
David Guy Brizan dgbrizan@usfca.edu @davidguybrizan CS 245, CS 463
Christopher Brooks cbrooks@usfca.edu   CS 462
Mehmet Emre memre@usfca.edu   CS 345
Sophie Engle sjengle@usfca.edu @sjengle CS 272, CS 360
Jeffrey Johnson jajohnson9@usfca.edu   CS 107, CS 110, CS 490
Alark Joshi apjoshi@usfca.edu @alark CS 110, CS 112, CS 360
EJ Jung ejung2@usfca.edu   CS 112, CS 245
Olga Karpenko okarpenko@usfca.edu   CS 112, CS 245, CS 272, CS 490
Michael Kremer mkremer@usfca.edu   CS 110
Matthew Malensek mmalensek@usfca.edu @MatthewMalensek CS 220, CS 326
Phil Peterson phpeterson@usfca.edu   CS 221, CS 315
Vahab Pournaghshband vpournaghshband@usfca.edu   CS 221, CS 336
David Wolber wolberd@usfca.edu @wolberd CS 107, CS 110, CS 112
Beste Yuksel byuksel@usfca.edu @BesteFYuksel CS 107, CS 110, CS 490

Before viewing the rest of this demonstration, see if you can determine the tables and columns that should be created first.

Quick Setup

If you do not want to copy/paste the commands for this example, they can be found in the sql subdirectory of the cs272 public folder on the lab computers.

For example, you can create the tables and insert the rows for this example by doing:

SOURCE /home/public/cs272/sql/faculty.sql

To double check this created the necessary tables, do:

| Tables_in_user01 |
| faculty_courses  |
| faculty_names    |
| faculty_twitter  |

The other faculty_????.sql files contain the various SELECT statements from this demonstration.

Next: Creating Tables