How DBMS and
Comparison Based on Function
DBMSs create, store, manage, update, and retrieve data from databases, while RDBMSs create and manage data in tabular format to make retrieval and updating more efficient.
Comparison Based on Storage
DBMS store data in files and in a hierarchical or a navigational form, whereas RDBMS store data in tables and follow a relational model rather than a hierarchical form.
Comparison Based on Distributed Databases
DBMS does not support distributed databases, whereas RDBMS supports distributed databases that can be stored in different locations.
Comparison Based on Data Integrity
RDBMSs support data integrity constraints, which are necessary for maintaining accuracy and consistency in databases, while DBMSs do not support such constraints.
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