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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/16/11 Database Base Architecture Database Base Architecture
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12/16/11 overview c Database Users c Database Administrator c Database System Architecture c Storage Manager c The Query Processor c Application Architecture
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12/16/11 DATABASE USERS c Users are differentiated by the way they interact with the system. c Naive users Naive users c Unsophisticated users interacts with the system by invoking one of the application programs that have been written previously. c Use the GUI provided by an application program. c No deep (technical) knowledge of the database required. c E.g. people accessing database over the web, bank tellers, clerical staff.
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12/16/11 DATABASE USERS c Application programmers Application programmers c Interact with system through application programs. c User interfaces are developed using RAD tools. c Should thoroughly understand the logical schema or relevant views c Sophisticated users / Data Analyst Sophisticated users / Data Analyst c Interact with the system without writing programs.
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