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Users in DBMS
End user: The users who deal with the database at the terminal end,
they can be casual users or native database user.
Application programmers : The users who develop the applications in
different languages (Java, .net, Cobol, php etc.) to interact with
database.
System Analyst : System Analyst is responsible for overall technical,
economical and feasibility aspects of the DBMS.
Database administrators : Everything related to DBMS like policies and
strategies is handled by the DBA. DBA can be a single person or group
of many persons.
Sophisticated Users : They are the SQL programmers, who deal directly
with the database. They write queries to delete/select/insert and update
the database.
Characteristics of Database Approach
1. Manages Information
A database always takes care of its information because
information is always helpful for whatever work we do. It manages
all the information that is required to us. Managing information by
using a database, we become more deliberated user of our data.
2. Easy Operation Implementation
All the operations like insert, delete, update, search etc. are
carried out in a flexible and easy way. Database makes it very
simple to implement these operations. A user with little
knowledge can perform these operations. This characteristic of
database makes it more powerful.
3. Multiple Views of Database
Basically, a view is a subset of the database. A view is defined and
devoted for a particular user of the system. Different users of the
system may have different views of the same system.
Data For Specific Purpose
A database is designed for data of specific purpose. For example, a
database of student management system is designed to maintain the
record of student’s marks, fees and attendance etc. This data has a
specific purpose of maintaining student record.
It has Users of Specific Interest
A database always has some indented group of users and
applications in which these user groups are interested.
For example, in a library system, there are three users, official
administration of the college, the librarian, and the students.
Represent Some Aspects of Real World Applications
A database represents some features of real world applications. Any
change in the real world is reflected in the database. If we have some
changes in our real applications like railway reservation system then
it will be reflected in database too.
Self Describing nature
A database is of self describing nature; it always describes and
narrates itself. It contains the description of the whole data structure,
the constraints and the variables.
It makes it different from traditional file management system in which
definition was not the part of application program. These definitions
are used by the users and DBMS software when needed.
Logical Relationship Between Records and Data
A database gives a logical relationship between its records and data.
So a user can access various records depending upon the logical
conditions by a single query from the database.
Shelter Between Program and Data
In traditional file management system, if any user makes changes in
the structure of a file then all the programs accessed by that file
needed to be changed. The structure of data files is defined by the
application programs.
DBMS Versus File system
Implications of the Database Approach
 Potential for enforcing standards:
 crucial for the success of database applications in large organizations
 standards refer to data item names, display formats, screens, report structures, meta-data
(description of data) etc.
 Reduced application development time:
 incremental time to add each new application is reduced.
 Flexibility to change data structures:
 Database structure may evolve as new requirements are defined.
 Availability of up-to-date information:
 Very important for on-line transaction systems such as Airline, Hotel, Car reservations etc.
 Economies of scale:
 By consolidating data and applications across departments wasteful overlap of resources and
personnel can be avoided.

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Introduction DBMS.pptx

  • 1. Users in DBMS End user: The users who deal with the database at the terminal end, they can be casual users or native database user. Application programmers : The users who develop the applications in different languages (Java, .net, Cobol, php etc.) to interact with database. System Analyst : System Analyst is responsible for overall technical, economical and feasibility aspects of the DBMS. Database administrators : Everything related to DBMS like policies and strategies is handled by the DBA. DBA can be a single person or group of many persons. Sophisticated Users : They are the SQL programmers, who deal directly with the database. They write queries to delete/select/insert and update the database.
  • 2. Characteristics of Database Approach 1. Manages Information A database always takes care of its information because information is always helpful for whatever work we do. It manages all the information that is required to us. Managing information by using a database, we become more deliberated user of our data. 2. Easy Operation Implementation All the operations like insert, delete, update, search etc. are carried out in a flexible and easy way. Database makes it very simple to implement these operations. A user with little knowledge can perform these operations. This characteristic of database makes it more powerful. 3. Multiple Views of Database Basically, a view is a subset of the database. A view is defined and devoted for a particular user of the system. Different users of the system may have different views of the same system.
  • 3. Data For Specific Purpose A database is designed for data of specific purpose. For example, a database of student management system is designed to maintain the record of student’s marks, fees and attendance etc. This data has a specific purpose of maintaining student record. It has Users of Specific Interest A database always has some indented group of users and applications in which these user groups are interested. For example, in a library system, there are three users, official administration of the college, the librarian, and the students. Represent Some Aspects of Real World Applications A database represents some features of real world applications. Any change in the real world is reflected in the database. If we have some changes in our real applications like railway reservation system then it will be reflected in database too.
  • 4. Self Describing nature A database is of self describing nature; it always describes and narrates itself. It contains the description of the whole data structure, the constraints and the variables. It makes it different from traditional file management system in which definition was not the part of application program. These definitions are used by the users and DBMS software when needed. Logical Relationship Between Records and Data A database gives a logical relationship between its records and data. So a user can access various records depending upon the logical conditions by a single query from the database. Shelter Between Program and Data In traditional file management system, if any user makes changes in the structure of a file then all the programs accessed by that file needed to be changed. The structure of data files is defined by the application programs.
  • 6. Implications of the Database Approach  Potential for enforcing standards:  crucial for the success of database applications in large organizations  standards refer to data item names, display formats, screens, report structures, meta-data (description of data) etc.  Reduced application development time:  incremental time to add each new application is reduced.  Flexibility to change data structures:  Database structure may evolve as new requirements are defined.  Availability of up-to-date information:  Very important for on-line transaction systems such as Airline, Hotel, Car reservations etc.  Economies of scale:  By consolidating data and applications across departments wasteful overlap of resources and personnel can be avoided.
  • 7. When NOT to use a DBMS  Main (costs) of using a DBMS:  High initial investment and possible need for additional hardware.  Overhead for providing generalization, security, concurrency control, recovery, and integrity functions.  When a DBMS may be unnecessary:  If the database and applications are simple, well defined, and not expected to change.  If there are stringent real-time requirements that may not be met because of DBMS overhead.  If access to data by multiple users is not required.  If the database system is not able to handle the complexity of data because of modeling limitations.  If the database users need special operations not supported by the DBMS.