Re: Any difference between SQL-DBMS & RDBMS ?
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 03:45:02 +0800
On Tue, 20 Jun 2006 02:25:36 +0800, Cimode <cimode_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> It's a book..Just go on Amazon and do a search on "Introduction to
> Database Systems" or "C J DATE" and you should be fine...
> oract wrote:
>> what's Introducton to Database Systems ? a book or a magazine or
>> website ?
>> I am now studying Oracle database , and want to know more in theory
>> but not only the tools about the Oracle software.
>> Would you show me in details ?
>> "Cimode" <cimode_at_hotmail.com>
>> > Simple:
>> > An RDBMS is a system implementing ALL of RM concepts.
>> > A SQL DBMS implements few RM concepts and mostly randomly chosen and
>> > proprietary mechanisms...
>> > To truly understand the difference, you need to educate yourself about
>> > RM first through reading...And do not listen to the people I posted on
>> > the FEW (Fraud Exposal Wall)...They are no better than you and will
>> > confuse you more than anything...
>> > Check out "Introducton to Database Systems" (CJ DATE) and make up your
>> > own mind
>> > Hope this helps...
>> > oract wrote:
>> >> what's difference between sql-dbms and rdbms ?
>> >> would you show me the theory model about the two dbms or any famous
>> >> about it ?
>> >> thanks!
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