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What is the role of DBMS in RDBMS?

Find out about the definition of RDBMS, learn about role of DBMS in RDBMS and find out the difference between the database management system and a relational database management system in this tip.

What is the role of DBMS in RDBMS?

Well, a DBMS is a database management system. In other words, a piece of software (an engine if you like) that manipulates data in a structured fashion. If that engine organizes that data in line with the relational model, then it is a relational DBMS, or RDBMS.

This was last published in May 2009

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