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Pete_VM Mission Specialist
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RHCE Objectives

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I'm looking at the content at this location: https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/ex300-red-hat-certified-engineer-rhce-exam

Near the bottom, in the Database Services section, I find the bullet statement:

"Create a simple database schema"

Could someone please further define what Red Hat means by "simple"? How simple is good enough for the exam?

Like a few of the other exam objectives, I'm certain it would be a lot clearer if I took the $4000 class, but I cannot afford that.

Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

-Pete

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Re: RHCE Objectives

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I dug out the training manual for the course, and went to the appropriate section entitled "Working with MariaDB Databases", and 3 references are cited at the end of that section

You should be able to:

  1. Create a database
  2. Create and/or update a table using MariaDB

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Re: RHCE Objectives

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I dug out the training manual for the course, and went to the appropriate section entitled "Working with MariaDB Databases", and 3 references are cited at the end of that section

You should be able to:

  1. Create a database
  2. Create and/or update a table using MariaDB

HTH

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Pete_VM Mission Specialist
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Re: RHCE Objectives

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Thank you very much for the concise answer! I appreciate your help.

 

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