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Data is the flesh of any application, which is accessed from the server and is stored in a table created during server-side scripting.

Database Technology

     

Data is the flesh of any application, which is accessed from the server and is stored in a table created during server-side scripting. The data of the programs are managed by any database management system (DBMS) or relational database management system (RDBMS). Some of the popular DBMS/RDBMS are: Apache Derby, DB2, Firebird, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite and many others.

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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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Comments:4
rodge
April 25, 2011
it

to learn about how to design database
Ashish
August 12, 2011
regarding SQL Server

Sir, Please tell me how to run SQL Server on an 64-bit operating system.
kolli.abhishek
October 10, 2012
data structures

I need some questions that are related to data structures and c programming generally these questions must be asked in viva questions in labs,interviews
Elena
January 18, 2013
ouWkvorcRAD

on your product and aueidnce. With JavaFX you are dependent on a runtime being installed on the end user's computer whereas with GWT you only need to know they have a browser with JavaScript enabled. If I wanted to do complex animations , etc. I would pick something like JavaFX, Silverlight, or Flash.There are many factors. If I worked in a Java shop and had experienced Java developers on staff it seems to make more sense to pick JavaFX. If its a Flash/Flex shop then the Flash Player, etc.Chad
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