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The main difference between RDBMS and DBMS
1. DBMS doesnot follow the normalization while RDBMS followsthe normalization. This is the major difference between them.2. RDBMS DBMS+Refrential Integrity.3. An RDBMS is one that follows 12 rules of CODD.4. In dbms relation is between two files . while in rdbms relation ismade between two tables.5. Rdbms is a relation data base managment system and dbms is adata base managment system.6. The major differences between DBMS and RDBMS are: DBMSis mainly a storage area and it does not employ any tables for storing thedata or does not use any special function keys or foreign keys for theretreival of the data. RDBMS has the major difference of solving thequeries easily as they are stored in table format and use many functionalkeys in solving the queries.7. DBMS does not support client/server Architecture but RDBMSsupports client/server Architecture. Only one user can access thedatabase at a time in DBMS But RDBMS allows simultaneous access of users to the database8. DBMS :Data Base Management System is a process of managing data for efficient retrivel & storage of data.Ex: sysbase , FoxproRDBMS :The database which is used by relations(tables) to acquireinformation retrival are known as RDBMSEX: SQL, ORACLE, MY-SQLSERVER 9. DBMS is a ordinary system to maintain the data, whereasRDBMS is the specific type, which follows the concepts of set theory i.e entity etc. In DBMS there is no concept of PRIMARY KEY and FOREIGN KEY but it is included in RDBMS.DBMS contains only flat data whereas in RDBMS there will besome relation between the entities.10. RDBMS is based on relational model, in which data is

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