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DBMS stands for Data Base Management System (DBMS) is a set of computer programs that controls the creation, organization, maintenance, and retrieval of data from the database stored in a computer .

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DBMS stands for Data Base Management System (DBMS) is a set of computer programs that controls the creation, organization, maintenance, and retrieval of data from the database stored in a computer. It knows better the actual physical location of the data.
DBMS let the users easily access and use the data from database. An excellent database system helps the end users to easily access and use the data and also stores the new data in a systematic way. There are a large numbers of DBMS software used for creating a wide range of database driven applications like Foxpro, Visual Basic, Structure Query Language (SQL), Sybase, Ingres,

Ask any questions on any software of DBMS or RDBMS (Relational Data Base Management System) if you face any sort of problem in programming, querying, implementing, configuring, and software development. We have a large team of DBMS professionals experienced and expert in several DBMS applications, who will resolve all your problems regarding to DBMS query. Our proficient visitors will also help you in finding the solution of your DBMS problems.

A DBMS is a system software package that ensures the integrity and security of the data. It accepts the request for the data from an application program and instructs the operating system to transfer the appropriate data to the end user. The DBMS are categorized according to their data types and structure. The most typical DBMS is a relational database management system (RDBMS). A newer kind of DBMS is the object-oriented database management system (ODBMS). A standard user and program interface is the Structured Query Language (SQL).


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Posted on: November 21, 2009

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Addy
March 6, 2013
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Kudos to you! I hadn't thuoght of that!
PRASANTH
March 4, 2012
DBMS

(1) Competition (Comp_code, Comp_name (Dancing, Painting, GK, etc.) ) Participants (Part_no, Part_name, DOB, Address, EmailID, Contact_number ) Scorecard (Part_no, Comp_code, Judge_no [1, 2, 3], Marks) Implement the following: A) 1. Find those participants who have registered both for ‘Dancing’ and ‘Painting’ (Note: Use set operator). 2. Find the average score, scored in each competition event. B) Create a PL/ SQL block to prepare report in following format. Display the score card in the following format, for the Participant whose ID/ Name should be provided by the user. Talent Winner 2011 ::: <Participant’s Name> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Competition name Judge1 Judge2 Judge3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Painting 2. Dancing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total Marks: _______ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
prasanth_saseendran
March 4, 2012
dbms

PL/SQL Practical List: (1) Competition (Comp_code, Comp_name (Dancing, Painting, GK, etc.) ) Participants (Part_no, Part_name, DOB, Address, EmailID, Contact_number ) Scorecard (Part_no, Comp_code, Judge_no [1, 2, 3], Marks) Implement the following: A) 1. Find those participants who have registered both for ‘Dancing’ and ‘Painting’ (Note: Use set operator). 2. Find the average score, scored in each competition event. B) Create a PL/ SQL block to prepare report in following format. Display the score card in the following format, for the Participant whose ID/ Name should be provided by the user. Talent Winner 2011 ::: <Participant’s Name> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Competition name Judge1 Judge2 Judge3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Painting 2. Dancing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total Marks: _______ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
prashant170392
March 21, 2012
BCNF

R = (A, B, C ) F = {A -> B, B -> C} Key = {A} Is R in BCNF? Please explain too
deepti mishra
April 8, 2012
DBMS

please tell me the exaples of transaction recovery
deepti
April 8, 2012
DBMS

transaction recovery
priya
April 12, 2012
pls give queries sir...

please sir.. give queries for the following question sir... pname(varchar),splace(varchar),course(varchar),ccost(number) 1.display the names of those who have done the PGDCA course.
hari
April 19, 2012
hey

sir,iam studying B.tech second year currently in india.My teachers and others suggest me Oracle9i which is not available any more ,as it is currently ORCALE 10G i want to execute the queries in some or other software .can u please suggest me one very fast
vibhas singh
December 1, 2012
ER DIAGRAM

I NEED THE SOLUTIO FOR THIS PLZ HELP ME Identify all entity types, attributes, relationship types and in the following case. Hence draw an entity-relationship diagram. An organization makes many models of cars, where a model is characterized by a name and a suffix (such as GL or XL which indicates the degree of luxury) and an engine size. Each model is made up from many parts and each part may be used in the manufacture of more than one model. Each part has a description and an id code. Each model of car is produced at just one of the firm's factories, which are located in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Wolverhampton and Manchester - one in each city. A factory produces many models of car and many types of part although each type of part is produced at one factory only.
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