An introduction to RDBMS and SQL
There are various ways to arrange and manage data in a database. The most common is to arrange the data in tables, which is similar to an Excel file. The table contains multiple columns and rows.
A Database is a collection of related data. But a question still remains unanswered — how do you access this data? The answer is a specific language designed for this purpose, called the Structured Query Language, or SQL.
Tables − In relational data model, relations are saved in the format of Tables. This format stores the relation among entities. A table has rows and columns, where rows represents records and columns represent the attributes.
Tuple − A single row of a table, which contains a single record for that relation is called a tuple.
Relation instance − A finite set of tuples in the relational database system represents relation instance. Relation instances do not have duplicate tuples.Read More…