Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what is the difference between RDBMS and ODBMS.

Comparison and Difference between RDBMS and ODBMS

  1. In RDBMS, support for object oriented programming is poor while ODBMS directly supports object oriented programming and the support is extensive.
  2. 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.
  3. RDBMS dont have any criteria for extensibility and content while in ODBMS users can write methods and on any structure.
  4. On the criteria of complex data relationships, RDBMS is difficult to model whereas ODBMS can handle arbitrary complexity.
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