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SQL Server Part 1

SQL Server Part 1

If you move in the Past, you’ll get to know that in the early 1980s. You’ll see the applications running on PCs that access the local data files. This creates a problem because multiple users won’t able to share the data. As things evolved, databases installed to be on Servers this enable the multiple users to share the data on the network. And we need something to manage the data this was the relational database system come into play. They do so with the Structure Query Language (SQL). In this simple text, they get passed to the server from the client application. The DBMS on turns take care of all the file known necessary to perform the operation the users requested which could be inserted, update, delete, retrieve, read, modify data etc.

THE KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MYSQL AND MS SQL SERVER

THE KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MYSQL AND MS SQL SERVER

The MySQL and MS SQL are the two of the most widely used database systems in the world. The first thing that you will note about these two database systems is how they are availed to users. MySQL is open source software. This means that the use of MySQL comes from the pooled knowledge of different people from different corners of the world. This can be arguably be the biggest plus for MySQL as users through the open source platform can continually improve the general program. MS SQL on the other hand uses a closed source development approach. By this, the development of the program is done in-house and all that the consumers get is a program that they are supposed to use.

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