Dynamic Database Management System (Dynamic DBMS)
Definition - What does Dynamic Database Management System (Dynamic DBMS) mean?
A dynamic database management system (dynamic DBMS) is a database in which objects have a value-based relationship, which is specified at retrieval time. In a dynamic DBMS, the locations of logical file databases and relational data based are value-based.
has value based relationship where relationship is specified at retrieval time and locations of related records are discovered during retrieval.
Techopedia explains Dynamic Database Management System (Dynamic DBMS)
Value-based system architecture stores and manages three basic sets of objects: a data dictionary holding metadata, indexing and linking data sets, and actual data values made up of stored information. The independent logical file database and relational databases are value-based. A dynamic DBMS is the opposite of a static database management system, where relationships are information based.
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