Ddl compiler-database management system, Database Management System

DDL Compiler

The DDL compiler changes the data definition statements (such as CREATE TABLE .... in SQL) into a set of tables having metadata tables. These tables have information concerning the database and are in a form that can be used by other parts of the DBMS. These tables are then stored in a system catalog or data dictionary.

 

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