DBMS – Database Users and User Interfaces

Tutorials Point

Topics: DBMS, User Interfaces, Software

Transcript Summary: Database users and user interfaces for a particular database is discussed. Database Management System (DBMS) is software designed to store, retrieve, define, and manage data in a database. The users are categorized into four categories: the nav users, application programmers, sophisticated users, and software secretive users.

The first category of users are the nav users. Users who are using a database not directly from the application program are interacting with the DBMS. The application program has one bottom layer that is a back end which will be known as the database. This means that users will be interacting with the user interfaces, application programs, and menu options at the interfaces. In response, that application program will get the job done as requested by the user through the DBMS. The application programmers use the database while writing or developing the application programs. They are also making the schemas relative to different constraints to be imposed and make databases ready to come with the help when databases are interacted. Application programmers can write their programs in many different languages that are available and interact with the database directly with any kind of user interfaces and graphical user interface (GUI) environments to work within the DBMS.

The second category of users are the sophisticated users. These users should have permission accordingly and know how to write the queries. The third category of users are specialized users. These users will be using the database for a particular application, not for a generic application. The fourth category of users are the software secretive users. These users interact with the DBMS directly because they have the permissions and eligibility.

Share:

Marketing To Survive

DBMS – Database System Various File System