Russell Jackson wrote:
Andrzej Jan Taramina wrote:
> Then the term "database" is being misused rather badly, IMO. They are just
ldif-formatted flat files.
At the risk of sparking a semantic war, a database is simply a
collection of records. How
they are formatted or stored is an implementation detail.
Exactly. "database" != "RDBMS", no matter how much the RDBMS folks
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