RDBMS in Oracle/SQL

Feb 16 2008   3:50AM GMT

Database Management part 1



Posted by: Rhianajay13
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Database
DataManagement
RDBMS

In every organization there are these aspects that are of relevant to what the organization is all about, these are called information needs. These pieces of information are called data. Organizations store data on various media, at of different format. Like for example a copy of an employees resume, there are different ways of how we can be able to store this information, we can store it in a filing cabinet or we can store it in an electronic spreadsheets or in database.

e.g
We have an employee system, What are the things we need to consider for an employee system? First we have the employee name, personal profile like place of birth, age, loc etc. These pieces of information that we have gathered that is of importance to the organization are called data and in order to have a consistent information flow that we have to create a database, we need to save this data so it can be manageable to users of the certain organization, like for example add, edit, delete, update records from the table. To manage databases, you need database management systems (DBMS). A DBMS is a program that is capable of doing the like.

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