Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what is the difference between RDBMS and ODBMS.
Comparison and Difference between RDBMS and ODBMS
- In RDBMS, support for object oriented programming is poor while ODBMS directly supports object oriented programming and the support is extensive.
- Based on the criteria of simplicity of use, RDBMS has table structures and is easy to understand while ODBMS is OK for programmers; there is some SQL access for end users.
- RDBMS dont have any criteria for extensibility and content while in ODBMS users can write methods and on any structure.
- On the criteria of complex data relationships, RDBMS is difficult to model whereas ODBMS can handle arbitrary complexity.