Introduction DBMS & RDBMS
Differences between DBMS and RDBMS that is given
- A DBMS has to provide some uniform methods (independent of
a specific application) for accessing the information that is
stored while RDBMS adds the additional condition that the system
supports a tabular structure of the data with relationship between
- DBMS does not apply any security with regard to data
manipulation while RDBMS defines the integrity constraint for the
purpose of holding ACID property.
- Examples of DBMS are File Systems, XML etc. whereas
examples of RDBMS are MySQL, PostGre, SQL Server, Oracle etc.