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What are the advantages of DBMS? dbms


Asked On2017-07-06 05:22:04 by:13priya

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Database: Database is a collection of inter-related data which helps in efficient retrieval, insertion and deletion of data from database and organizes the data in the form of tables, views, schemas, reports etc. For Example, university database organizes the data about students, faculty, and admin staff etc. which helps in efficient retrieval, insertion and deletion of data from it.

Database Management System: The software which is used to manage database is called Database Management System (DBMS). For Example, MySQL, Oracle etc. are popular commercial DBMS used in different applications. DBMS allows users the following tasks:

Data Definition: It helps in creation, modification and removal of definitions that define the organization of data in database.

Data Updation: It helps in insertion, modification and deletion of the actual data in the database.



Data Retrieval: It helps in retrieval of data from the database which can be used by applications for various purposes.

User Administration: It helps in registering and monitoring users, enforcing data security, monitoring performance, maintaining data integrity, dealing with concurrency control and recovering information corrupted by unexpected failure.


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Advantages of DBMS


The database management system has promising potential advantages, which are explained below:


Controlling Redundancy: In file system, each application has its own private files, which cannot be shared between multiple applications. 1:his can often lead to considerable redundancy in the stored data, which results in wastage of storage space. By having centralized database most of this can be avoided. It is not possible that all redundancy should be eliminated. Sometimes there are sound business and technical reasons forĀ· maintaining multiple copies of the same data. In a database system, however this redundancy can be controlled.


Integrity can be enforced: Integrity of data means that data in database is always accurate, such that incorrect information cannot be stored in database. In order to maintain the integrity of data, some integrity constraints are enforced on the database. A DBMS should provide capabilities for defining and enforcing the constraints.
For Example: Let us consider the case of college database and suppose that college having only BTech, MTech, MSc, BCA, BBA and BCOM classes. But if a \.,ser enters the class MCA, then this incorrect information must not be stored in database and must be prompted that this is an invalid data entry. In order to enforce this, the integrity constraint must be applied to the class attribute of the student entity. But, in case of file system tins constraint must be enforced on all the application separately (because all applications have a class field).
In case of DBMS, this integrity constraint is applied only once on the class field of the
General Office (because class field appears only once in the whole database), and all other applications will get the class information about the student from the General Office table so the integrity constraint is applied to the whole database. So, we can conclude that integrity constraint can be easily enforced in centralized DBMS system as compared to file system.


Inconsistency can be avoided : When the same data is duplicated and changes are made at one site, which is not propagated to the other site, it gives rise to inconsistency and the two entries regarding the same data will not agree. At such times the data is said to be inconsistent. So, if the redundancy is removed chances of having inconsistent data is also removed.
Let us again, consider the college system and suppose that in case of General_Office file
it is indicated that Roll_Number 5 lives in Amritsar but in library file it is indicated that
Roll_Number 5 lives in Jalandhar. Then, this is a state at which tIle two entries of the same object do not agree with each other (that is one is updated and other is not). At such time the database is said to be inconsistent.
An inconsistent database is capable of supplying incorrect or conflicting information. So there should be no inconsistency in database. It can be clearly shown that inconsistency can be avoided in centralized system very well as compared to file system ..
Let us consider again, the example of college system and suppose that RollNo 5 is .shifted from Amritsar to Jalandhar, then address information of Roll Number 5 must be updated, whenever Roll number and address occurs in the system. In case of file system, the information must be updated separately in each application, but if we make updation only at three places and forget to make updation at fourth application, then the whole system show the inconsistent results about Roll Number 5.
In case of DBMS, Roll number and address occurs together only single time in General_Office table. So, it needs single updation and then an other application retrieve the address information from General_Office which is updated so, all application will get the current and latest information by providing single update operation and this single update operation is propagated to the whole database or all other application automatically, this property is called as Propagation of Update.
We can say the redundancy of data greatly affect the consistency of data. If redundancy is less, it is easy to implement consistency of data. Thus, DBMS system can avoid inconsistency to great extent.

Data can be shared: As explained earlier, the data about Name, Class, Father __name etc. of General_Office is shared by multiple applications in centralized DBMS as compared to file system so now applications can be developed to operate against the same stored data. The applications may be developed without having to create any new stored files.


Standards can be enforced : Since DBMS is a central system, so standard can be enforced easily may be at Company level, Department level, National level or International level. The standardized data is very helpful during migration or interchanging of data. The file system is an independent system so standard cannot be easily enforced on multiple independent applications.


Answerd on:2017-07-07 Answerd By:tarun101

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