relational database

  1. a database in which relations between information items are explicitly specified as accessible attributes
    in a relational database the data are organized as a number of differently sized tables
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How To Use relational database In A Sentence

  • Offloading data storage and retrieval tasks to a relational database server means our programs can be smaller and easier to maintain.
  • One of the beauties of a schemaless datastore is that I don't have to know everything up front; that is, I can accommodate change much more easily than I could with a relational database schema.
  • It fetch up the shortage of ordinary information managements such as blueprints and common relational database.
  • Hewlett-Packard has sacrificed some speed for flexibility and compatibility with relational databases.
  • Your program uses objects, and those objects are automatically transformed into rows, columns and tables in a relational database.
  • To overcome this restriction and to maximize the flexibility of a relational database system, DB2 V9.5 introduces the concept of global variables.
  • Distributed Relational Database Architecture also supports two-phase commit to ensure data integrity.
  • A new geochemical relational database has been designed, based on entity relationship modelling and a full data analysis.
  • As well as simplifying the relations, normalisation also reduces anomalies which may otherwise occur when manipulating the relations in a relational database.
  • Plenty of new technology had to be devised to implement relational databases.
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