Rdbms vs Oodbms


Management systems are significant intangible assets of the company to address the operating procedures and records through the use of databases. An efficient way of putting most of the records in computer and internet access can be achieved with the aid of these management systems. There are two popular systems prevail during the 1970’s to 1980’s, the RDBMS or relational database management system and OODMS or Object database management system.

Stands for Relational Database Management System Object Oriented Database Management System
Form ·         Easy to understand table structures

·         End User Tools handy

·         Designed for programmer

·         SQL for end users

Complexity Difficult to model Can take care of arbitrary complexity, can be written on any structure
Limitations\Disadvantage ·         Trouble with long transactions

·         Limited operation

·         Overloading of Semantic

*Security Support Lacking


*No universal Data Model

Object-Oriented Programming Support Poor Extensive and Direct
Product longevity Old Relatively old

These two have huge differences in terms of standards, software ecosystem, extensibility, performance, content, product maturity, simplicity, support for object-oriented programs, the complexion of data, distribution, SQL universality, development, usage, and more. In basic explanation, ard BMS concentrates on the flexibility of processing data and making it available as immediately as possible to the intended users. It was designed in the early 1970’s. On the other hand, the oodbms covers a wide network and management system to handle data and object-oriented relationships as a model of development. It was integrated with CAD and CASE applications to make it more versatile as to its use. Furthermore, the rdbms is more applicable to the end-users that can understand the system practically while the oodbms is intended for the programmers because of the complexity of the programming languages.


No comments.

Leave a Reply