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Analysis report

Database management system

Aditi choudary
7TH GRADE DC

INTRODUCTION
Database management system is our first semesters topic and the subtopic I chose is
Company.

INQUIRY QUESTIONS

1. What is database
management system and how do
they work with different type of
softwares?
The DBMS manages three important things: the
data, the database engine that allows data to be
accessed, locked and modified -- and the database
schema, which defines the databases logical
structure. These three foundational elements help

provide concurrency, security, data integrity and


uniform administration procedures. Typical
database administration tasks supported by the
DBMS include change management, performance
monitoring/tuning and backup and recovery. Many
database management systems are also
responsible for automated rollbacks, restarts and
recovery as well as the logging and auditing of
activity.
Rouse, Margaret. "Database Management System (DBMS)." N.p., n.d. Web.

2. How is database beneficial


for different businesses?
Database Software Allows for Timely NoteTaking
Your Database Will Greatly Help with
Retention Efforts
Keeping a Clients History at Your Fingertips
Saves Time
Box, Recruiter. "3 Reasons Why a Good Database Will Help You Grow Your Small
Business." N.p., n.d. Web.

3. What softwares are used to


create databases {advantages and
disadvantages}?
Advantages of the DBMS:

The DBMS serves as the intermediary between the


user and the database. The database structure
itself is stored as a collection of files, and the only
way to access the data in those files is through the
DBMS. The DBMS receives all application requests
and translates them into the complex operations
required to fulfill those requests. The DBMS hides
much of the databases internal complexity from
the application programs and users.
The different advantages of DBMS are as
follows.
1. Improved data sharing.
The DBMS helps create an environment in which
end users have better access to more and bettermanaged data. Such access makes it possible for
end users to respond quickly to changes in their
environment.
2. Improved data security.
The more users access the data, the greater the
risks of data security breaches. Corporations invest
considerable amounts of time, effort, and money to
ensure that corporate data are used properly. A
DBMS provides a framework for better enforcement
of data privacy and security policies.
Disadvantages of Database:

Although the database system yields considerable


advantages over previous data management
approaches, database systems do carry significant
disadvantages. For example:
1. Increased costs.
Database systems require sophisticated hardware
and software and highly skilled personnel. The cost
of maintaining the hardware, software, and
personnel required to operate and manage a
database system can be substantial. Training,
licensing, and regulation compliance costs are
often overlooked when database systems are
implemented.
2. Management complexity.
Database systems interface with many different
technologies and have a significant impact on a
companys resources and culture. The changes
introduced by the adoption of a database system
must be properly managed to ensure that they
help advance the companys objectives. Given the
fact that database systems hold crucial company
data that are accessed from multiple sources,
security issues must be assessed constantly.

3. Maintaining currency.
To maximize the efficiency of the database system,
you must keep your system current. Therefore, you
must perform frequent updates and apply the
latest patches and security measures to all
components. Because database technology
advances rapidly, personnel training costs tend to
be significant. Vendor dependence. Given the
heavy investment in technology and personnel
training, companies might be reluctant to change
database vendors.

4. What are the objects used in


Microsoft Access and how do they
work?
Tables=A database table is similar in appearance to a
spreadsheet, in that data is stored in rows and columns. As a
result, it is usually quite easy to import a spreadsheet into a
database table.

Forms=Forms are sometimes referred to as "data entry


screens." They are the interfaces you use to work with your data,
and they often contain command buttons that perform various
commands.

Reports=Reports are what you use to summarize and present


data in the tables. A report usually answers a specific question,
such as "How much money did we receive from each customer
this year?" or "What cities are our customers located in?"

Queries=Queries are the real workhorses in a database, and


can perform many different functions. Their most common
function is to retrieve specific data from the tables.

Macros=Macros in Access can be thought of as a simplified


programming language which you can use to add functionality to
your database. For example, you can attach a macro to a
command button on a form so that the macro runs whenever the
button is clicked.

Modules=Modules, like macros, are objects you can use to add


functionality to your database. Whereas you create macros in
Access by choosing from a list of macro actions, you write
modules in the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming
language.
"Database Basics." - Access. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Aug. 2016.

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