The software in a DBMS that parses and executes SQL statements and accesses the physical data.
A programme which performs the database management functions on data held in a database. That is to say it can manipulate, add, delete, search, select and store data following simple user commands.
DBMS Database Replication
DBMS product which is identified by the vendor name and version number. For example, SYBASE 4.8, ORACLE 6.0 and ORACLE 7.0 are three distinct database engines.
a DBMS (Database Management System) product
Application designed to manage and organize a database. Usually incorporates a structured query language (SQL) or other means of manipulating or sorting content to assemble information from raw data elements.
Part of the DBMS that execute database commands to create, read, update, and delete records in the tables.
The central component of a DBMS. Provides access to the repository and the database and coordinates all of the other functional elements of the DBMS (part of the back end).
A program (or part of a program) that serves as the link between a DBMS or application and the data. The part of a DBMS program that reads and writes data records.
A database engine is the underlying component that a Database Management System (DBMS) uses to create, retrieve, update and delete (CRUD) data from a database. One may command the database engine via the DBMS's own user interface, and sometimes through a network port.