DBMS - Crouch 1 Personal DMBS There are many database...

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Crouch 1 Personal DMBS There are many database management systems present in the world at this time. There are so many that it really comes down to preference, and also what needs you want the database to meet will factor into your choice of which one is right for you. Wikipedia defines DMBS as: computer software designed for the purpose of managing databases. Some of the typical or most familiar databases that people hear about are: Oracle, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, etc. The book states that there are 5 main important software components, and they are: DMBS Engine, Data definition subsystem, Data manipulation subsystem, Application generation subsystem, and finally Data administration subsystem. In this report we will look a little closer at a few DMBS's and get a better grasp of how to chose the right one based on your needs. The first one we are going to look is FileMaker Pro. The latest version of this database is 9, which is out and available to everyone. The security features for the FileMaker Pro are: FileMaker Pro has the feature of exporting information to html format and also has the ability to support mail merge. FileMaker Pro has a fully functional
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ACCOUNTING 386 taught by Professor Collins during the Spring '08 term at York NE.

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