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July 11, 2016updated 25 Jan 2017 3:20pm

What is RDBMS?

It's probably the basis for your database so it'd be handy to know what it is.

By James Nunns

RDBMS, which stands for relational database management system, is a program that lets users create, update, and administer a relational database.

The relational database management system is the basis for SQL and for all modern database systems such as Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft Access.

Structured in database tables, fields, and records, each RDBMS consists of database table rows and each one of the table rows consists of one or more database table fields.

But what is that all good for? Find out on the next page.

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