For database professionals, this book provides a practical guide to the use of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) for database design. It is intended for those who have to make things happen in the real world; those who have to deliver real systems to meet real business needs. In short, this book is designed for those pragmatic, working database designers who need to get things done.
UML for Database Design addresses the questions most frequently asked of us by database professionals from all over the globe:
How can I use UML for database design in the real world?
How can I fit the UML into my current process?
How should the database design team adopt this approach?
How can database and application teams work together using the UML?