Reflects organisational structure, Database Management System

Reflects organisational structure:Many organizations are distributed over various locations. If an organisation has many offices in dissimilar cities, databases used in such an application are circulated over these locations. Such an organisation may stay a database at every branch office having details of the staff that work at that location, the local properties that are for rent, etc. The staff at a branch office will create local inquiries to such data of the database. The company headquarters may wish to create global inquiries involving the access of data at each or a number of branches.

 

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