Explain dbms- ddl-domain-alias, Database Management System

Briefly explain each of the following database terms. Use no more than 2-3 lines for each term.

1. DBMS

2. Update Anomaly

3. Alias (referring to tables in SQL queries)

4. DDL

5. Domian

 

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