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Static Database Management System (Static DBMS)

Definition - What does Static Database Management System (Static DBMS) mean?

A static database management system (static DBMS) is an information-based relationship structured to facilitate update and retrieval in terms of inherent relationships. Static database management systems are either hierarchical or network database management systems.

Techopedia explains Static Database Management System (Static DBMS)

Static database management systems are created in a static environment where the location of related records are known. Static DBMS is a hierarchical, or CODACYL, DBMS that facilitates rapid and high-volume data processing.

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