Objectives of database manangement system, Database Management System

OBJECTIVES

After going through this unit you should be capable to:

  • Explain the File Based system and its limitations;
  • Explain the structure of DBMS;
  • Explain the functions of DBA;
  • Describe the three-tier architecture of DBMS, and
  • Recognize the need for three-tier architecture.

 

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