Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of A Relational Database Management System

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1 Relational Database management system
A relational database management system is based many of the databases system based on relational database model.
A relational database’s use is organizing large amounts of data. Relationships database define the relationship between two points of tables and these database systems are linked by defining that relationship. Database is a well-maintained collection of data. The data are arranged to model particular part of reality in a way that supports process requiring information, such as availability and modelling of rooms in hotels in a way that supports finding a hotel with vacancies.
Number First Name Age Salary
1 Ali 42 1300
2 Umar 38 14000
3 Shoaib 70 13000
4 Umar 12 11020 TABLE (1.1)

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Far more complicated problem can be written that can keep data from different tables at once.
3. effective. security. By divide data into tables, specific tables can be made confidential.it can provide better security for data it can be effective for data and company
DISADVANTAGES

1. Implementation: A important and useful restriction and therefore disadvantage in the use of relational database because it can increase system machine performance.

2. inactive extraction of meaning from data: if the data is normally organized in a hierarchical the hierarchical may give efficient meaning for that data.
3. Data complication: Data in occupy in many tables, which are connect to each other through s key value. An RDBMS does not force database designer to impose a coherent table.

2 Object oriented database management system, database management system in which all the collected information about data can be represents in the form of object and this used in object oriented programming. Object databases are unlike from relational databases which are table-oriented.
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