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Difference between DBMS and RDBMS


                              DBMS                            RDBMS
  1. DBMS does not define any constraints or security to ensure the ACID PROPERTY.
  2. Normalization concept is not present.
  3. In DBMS data is treated as files internally.
  4. DBMS does not support distributed databases.
  5. DBMS supports single user.
  1. RDBMS define the integrity constraint to ensure the ACID PROPERTY.
  2. Normalization concept is present.
  3. In RDBMS data is treated as tables internally.
  4. RDBMS support distributed databases.
  5. RDBMS supports multiple users.

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