What Do U Mean By Dbms And It's Method?


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amber Jhon Profile
amber Jhon answered
DBMS is a database management system. It is a computer software which is used for the management of the databases. There are different database models which are used by DBMS for managing the data. The two database models include network model and relational model. Through DBMS companies store and retrieve their important data. For example,the DBMS of a hospital is responsible to store the details about the customers and whenever a person visits the hospital then its previous history can be accessed through DBMS. The method of the DBMS is standard and according to the structure of the database the information is fed in the database.
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Kainat hasan answered
A database management system(DBMS) is a software system that integrates data in storage and provides easy access to them. The data themselves are placed on disk in a database, which can be thought of as an integrated collection of related files. Although not all databases are organized identically, many of them are composed of files, records and fields. For instance, the Product file contains five records one each for skis, boots, poles, bindings, and wax. Finally each record consists of distinct types of data called fields. The product file stores four fields for each record product name, product number, supplier, and price.

Database management software enables queries and reports to be prepared by extracting information from one file at a time, and, as we will shortly see, from several interrelated files concurrently. Database management system (DBMS) A software product designed to integrate data and provide easy access to them. Database is a integrated collection of related data files and Relational database management system is a computer program for database management that links data in related files through common fields. Database management system stores data in relevant form and give easy access to them. The data placed on disk themselves.
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Nathan Corrie answered
The definition I'm most familiar with is as an abbreviation for 'DataBase Management System' which is a description of the way data is stored, accessed and manipulated on a particular computer system.

Until about 30 odd years ago, (when of course computers wrre generally much larger and less sophisticated than today), data was stored in a kind of hierarchy, with major records having subordinate records stored alongside them. Logical you'd think but in fact not very efficient when it came to speed of processing. Things improved with the advent of the network (or codasyl database which used algorithms for organising data location within the secondary memory (disk based filestore).

When spreadsheet software arrived, the way they organised data, directly paved the way to the RDBMS (Relational DBMS) which is in use today (Microsoft Access within MS-Office is an example) and these are truly dynamic.
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maheen mirza answered
DBMS is the short form of Database Management System.It is a system which manages coherent data and represent a relationship between them.It also makes sure that this data can be shared across different application and enforce data access authorization.It also possess automatic backup and recovery procedures which can be accessed whenever needed.The DBMS has different interfaces through which users can manipulate data.
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Anonymous answered
A database management system (DBMS) is a program that lets one or more computer users create and access data in a database. A DBMS can be thought of as a file manager that manages data in databases rather than files in file systems. The DBMS provides integrity of the data, i.e., making sure data continues to be accessible and is consistently organized as intended and security making sure only those who have privileges can access the data. The DBMS manages user requests and requests from other programs so that users and other programs are free from having to understand where the data is physically located on storage media and, in a multi-user system, who else may also be accessing the data.
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Anonymous answered
A Database Management System is a software system that allows user to define, create and maintain a database and provides controlled access to the data. A DBMS is basically a collection of programs that enables users to store, modify and extract information from a database as per the requirements. DBMS is an intermediate layer between programs and the data. There are different types of DBMS ranging from small system that run on main frames... Examples of DBMS are:
1. ATM
2.Computerized Library Machine
3.Fight Reservation System
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Anonymous answered
Code's relation rule
James Anderson Profile
James Anderson answered
DBMS is a Database Management System as software program to be manage a database,which program enable users to access modify database.
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Anonymous answered
Collection of related data and program to perform operations on the data is known as dbms.
Ravindra Singh  Gohil Profile
DBMS is  a collection of programs that enable user to define, create and maintain the database and provide controlled access to the database.

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