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Lesson Navigation IconIntroduction DBS

Unit Navigation IconDefinition of Terms

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LO Navigation IconConcurrent Use

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LO Navigation IconData Integrity

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LO Navigation IconData Persistence

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Unit Navigation IconAdvantages and Disadvantages

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Characteristics of the Database Approach

The database approach has some very characteristic features which are discussed in detail in this unit.
In the unit Example Applications the use of databases in different fields is presented and according to these examples the most important features of the database approach revised.
A comparison between the file based approach and the database approach can be found in the unit Advantages and Disadvantages.

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