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Thanks,thank you so much .
parvathi's Avatar, Join Date: Sep 2010
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hello shabbir,
am not still clear with the concept can u explain about how the datas are stored in both dbms and rdbms
parvathi's Avatar, Join Date: Sep 2010
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and i want to know one thing, in many web sites i read that the disadvantages of dbms as "it can store large data" but then y we should migrate from dbms to rdbms
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Data Storage is not the differential point by any means.
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and i want to know one thing, in many web sites i read that the disadvantages of dbms as "it can store large data" but then y we should migrate from dbms to rdbms
What is the point? It is advantages and how it is a disadvantage
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hi shabbir,
thanks 4 ur reply.. i hav 1 mre doubt.. wats d reason to migrate from dbms to rdbms..
(in other words wats d problm with dbms)
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Because it makes data to be relational
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Thank you very much keep the good work
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DBMS : that is Data Base Management system
RDBMS : Relational DataBase Management System.
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hi shabbir,
thanks for explaining about the differnce between dbms and rdbms...
thanks for explaining about the differnce between dbms and rdbms...