User Interface – This is the design or how the computer application looks like. It is a much easy and understandable way for end users to interact and to deploy the system.
Application Programs – This is the heart and mind of the computer application of the organization. Employs the application’s task users would want to do with the system.
Repository – Centralized knowledge base containing all data definitions screen and report format and definitions of other organizations and system components.
Database Management System – Commercial software system used to create, maintain and provide controlled access to the database repository.
Database – A collection of logically related data to meet the information needs of multiple users in an organization.
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.
Data – are details of information pertaining to objects, events or people.
Information – is the data that has been processed and is presented in form suitable for human interpretation.
Process – the manipulation, distribution, storage and acquisition of data’s.
Database – is the structured collection of data’s in a computer system.
Database Management System (DBMS) – Commercial software system used to create, maintain and provide controlled access to the database and repository.
Application Programs – Are used to create and maintain the database and provide information to users.
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) – is the relationship among data’s stored in a system.
Throughout this study we will be focusing on Relational Database Management System using Oracle/SQL as our backend.]]>