Relationships, Database Management System

Let us first describe the term relationships.

What Are Relationships?

A relationship can be defined as:

  • A set of associations or connection, or
  • A rule for communication between entities:


Example:  In college the database, the association among student and course entity, i.e., "Student opts course" is an instance of a relationship.

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