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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: RDBMS and ORDBMS

    Hai

    What is difference between RDBMS and ORDBMS.Please any one it would be appreciated
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    mohan

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    Re: RDBMS and ORDBMS

    RDBMS = Relational Database Management System. This is the traditional relational database.

    ORDBMS = Object-Relational Database Management System. This is an RDBMS that also supports storing user-defined objects (types) in the database. So you might declare a type "POINT" that has x and y components, and then create a table with a column of type POINT. The type may also support "methods" (functions) like "distance_from_origin".

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