Which of the following stands true for enterprise DBMS products?
A. Enterprise DBMS products are designed for small and simple database applications.
B. Enterprise DBMS products support many—perhaps thousands—of users and many different database applications.
C. Paradox is an example of an enterprise DBMS product.
D. Most of the enterprise DBMS products are out of business today.
1. Modeling language hosted via the DBMS. Databases must be able to communicate with the DBMS to exist and must be defined via a modeling language as hierarchical, network, relational, and object.
2. Data structures and administration. [ [ Such as, records, files, fields and their definitions, and objects such as visual media ..etc DBMS interacts with "Data" using data structure definitions
while preserving the integrity of the data itself.
3. Data query language. The data query language works with the data structures to ensure data integrity is preserved when adding, updating, or deleting records or tables in any database.
4. Transactional processing. Allowing multiple and concurrent access to the database by multiple users while preventing the manipulation of one record by two users at the same time, and preventing the creation of duplicate records. ] ]
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