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The following are the stated objectives of database management systems (DBMS): Integrating databases; reducing redundancy; sharing information; maintaining integrity; and enabling database evolution. In your own words describe each of these by illustrating an example.

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The following are the stated objectives of database management systems (DBMS): Integrating databases; reducing redundancy; sharing information; maintaining integrity; and enabling database evolution. In your own words describe each of these by illustrating an example

? Integrating databases: Integrating required information from different databases according to the requirement. An organization has several databases created at different places, by different people belonging to different functions, at different times. DBMS allows the integration of these separate databases when required.

For example, an EMPLOYEE database contains personal details about employees like Name, Address, Contact no, Salary Grade, Department the employee belongs to etc. Another database PAYROLL may contain ...

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