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noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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By their nature, tools from DBMS vendors lock DBAs and developers into one environment only.
In this sub-section, we will briefly introduce the related DBMS aspects for Cellular DBMS, which includes the concepts of storage models and embedded databases.
He also cautioned that DBMS engines based on open source code are still in their infancy.
Under the first approach, taxpayers are required to maintain exact copies of the DBMS software as it exists from the time the records are created until at least the IRS completes its examination of the year in which the transactions are reported.
There are two basic approaches to OO-DBMS: extending a relational DBMS and extending an OO programming language.
Further, the report also discusses that the increasing pressure for timely development and marketing of the embedded DBMS products is a major challenge for the vendors in the Global Embedded DBMS market.
The definition of "small" will vary from site to site and DBMS to DBMS.
The text is organised into ten parts: Fundamentals, Data Models, DBMS Interface, Database Development, Planning and Administration of database Systems, DBMS, DBMS--Kernel, DBMS--Standards and Commercial Systems, Trends in Database Technology.
The 2000 market share numbers reinforce Gartner's view that, despite the market consolidation, the DBMS market share wars are far from over," said Betsy Burton, vice president and research area director for Gartner.
The variety of relational DBMS software available today also continues to grow as businesses create new computing applications to meet special needs.
Note: The process to create a sequential file should be reviewed by the IRS prior to destruction of the DBMS records.
Relational DBMS have a better theoretical foundation than network and hierarchical systems and are the focus of intense commercial activity.