Objectives-file organisation in dbms, Database Management System

Objectives

 After reading this unit you should be able to:

  • Explain storage of databases on hard disks;
  • Discuss the execution of various file Organisation techniques;
  • Discuss the benefits and the limitation of the several file Organisation techniques;
  • Defines various indexes used in database systems, and
  • Explain the multi-key file organisation.

 

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