GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a database management system, a software system that facilitates the creation and maintenance and use of an electronic database.
- n. a software system that facilitates the creation and maintenance and use of an electronic database
“What dbms are you using? the rasx () context » Blog Archive » “My Scaling Hero” and other links … Says:”
“What is the main difference between oracle, sql, sql star plus, sql server and dbms? clear my doubt.?”
“The trading shim is a command-line and dbms controlled interface to the socket-based API of Interactive Brokers 'Trader Workstation, abbreviated as the IB tws socket api, or simply tws api.”
“IMO dbms constructors should change this default behaviour "nulls allowed" to Nulls Not allowed.”
“But the error sounds logical at first glance, since there is no "global $dbms" statement inside any function of install_convert. php.”
“The underlying dbms offers full user flexibililty in the design of any type of database.”
“This is almost certainly due to an incorrect table_prefix. i.e. $dbms, $dbhost, $dbport, $dbname, $dbuser, and $dbpasswd are now all correct.”
“For kicks, since that's the way the error message was describing it, I changed the database in the dbms line to mysql4.”
“(Bug #38925) [Fix] Search for 'topic title only' and 'first post' should work again for non-mysql dbms.”
“Design one from scratch, given a certain dbms package?”
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